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Iii this 1938 edition of the Entrc Nous, we 
nave taken our analogy from Shakespeare s 
seven ages of man. In doing so / we have 
taken a theme counted old in years out 
young in appeal and appropriateness. Sc= 
lecting the analogy for any yearbook is a 
problem, since being human,, it is hard for 
all of us to be pleased and in agreement 
on any one selection. But/ hoping lor the 
best and "the greatest good to the great = 
est number/ 7 we consign this book to you, 
the students of Howard College. In fol= 
lowing this analogy/ the book is divided 
into seven parts or sections beginning with 
.Act OnC/ A.Ima A/later and the other six 
acts'/ the classes/ athletics, features/ organ= 
i^ationS/ activities/ and advertisements foU 
lowing in that order. In connection with 
the division pages an inovation new to this 
college has been utilised this year. This is 
the "cutback" page used at each section 
beginning. Also each section head is 
printed in lour colors which gives some 
degree of attractiveness to the makeup ol 
the book. Any annua! has certain !imi = 
tations: degree ol originality, sire (that is 
number of pages) covers printing and en= 
graving details ana equipment with which 
to work. I he untre Nous is no exception 
in meeting these limitations. Within our 
limit we reel that we have done a fairly 
decent il not complete job ol this book. 
We hope you are pleased with this re 
I lection ol student life. 







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COPYRIGHT 
NINETEEN THIRTY-EIGHT 

HAROLD DUNNAM, Editor 
JOE MONGLE, Business Manager 




A COLLEGE YEARBOOK 
PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS 

HOWARD COLLEGE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 




[roiessor Louis K . L o li r 





Tor many years l roressor or Lconomics at Howard 
Oollege ana lately 1 reasurer or the College also / 
I roressor Louis K. Lohr has clone much to main= 
tain the progress ana well beinc> or the institution. 
In an onicial or business capacity ana tne class= 
room itselr, I roressor Lonr nas always sought to 
accomplish as much as possible ana with a mini= 
mum ol show ana ceremony. One ol the rirst 
to arrive at school in the morning ana ol the last 
to leave in the afternoon, 1 roressor Lohr makes 
diligent use ol a lull Jay at his work. Whether 
in conference with one student or a delegation ol 
business men, he treats both with the same impar= 
tiality and listens equally attentive to each. L apa= 
ble, unobtrusive and quiet, I roressor Lohr is 
respected by student and colleague alike. I hus 

we take pleasure in dedicating this the 1938 
Ldition ol the untre Nous to I roressor Louis 
l\. Lohr a gentleman. 






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'All the world's a stage, 

And all the men and women merely players: 

They have their exits and their entrances; 

And one man in his time plays many parts, 

His acts being seven ages. At first the infant, 

Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms. 

And then the whining school-boy, with his satchel 



And shining morning face, creeping like a snail 
Unwillingly to school. And then the lover, 
Sighing like a furnace, with a woeful ballad 
Made to his mistress' eyebrow. Then a soldier, 
Full of strange oaths and bearded like a pard, 
Jealous in honor, sudden and quick in quarrel, 
Seeking the bubble reputation 



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Even in the cannon's mouth. And then the justice, 

In fair round belly with good capon lined, 

With eyes severe and beard of formal cut, 

Full of wise saws and modern instances; 

And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts 

Into the lean and slipper'd pantaloon, 

With spectacle on nose and pouch on side, 



His youthful hose, well saved, a world too wide 

For his shrunk shank; and his big manly voice, 

Turning again toward childish treble, pipes 

And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all, 

That ends this strange eventful history, 

Is second childishness and mere oblivion, 

Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything. 



Through whose mouth Shakespeare spoke 
thusly what we have elsewhere modernized. 













ACT I ALMA MATER 

ACT II THE CLASSES 

ACT III ATHLETICS 

ACT IV FEATURES 

ACT V ORGANIZATIONS 

ACT VI ACTIVITIES 

ACT VII ADS 



ALMA MATER 
ACT I 



"Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms" 
as he of the unstable lance would have it, 
— but he wanted to be vulgar, I don't. 
There was no such experiences in my 
babyhood for I was never coddled or 
kissed and pulled over by politicians. 
There was nothing except for me to work 
my way through this tough age from the 
kick-off; here, a gigolo at a baby show; 
there, mending broken rattles — always in 
search of an odd job for an odd (boiled) 
babe. 



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DR. THOMAS V. NEAL 



As President of Howard College, Dr. Thomas V. 
Neal has striven to give the college a more desira- 
ble place in the sun from an educational stand- 
point. He has attempted to bolster the personnel 
as well as the physical equipment of the college. 
He has succeeded very well in his difficult task 
when it is considered that most of his building 
program took place in the depression years. The 
Pharmacy Department is an outstanding example 
of the progress he has made in doing things to 
advance the college. Students from all over the 
country come here to take courses in Pharmacy 
alone. He handles the dual office of exscutive and 
educator with the same ease of manner. Whether 



on the football field, in his office, or making a 
formal address, Dr. Neal's sense of humor is al- 
ways present to make the best of any situation. A 
native of the state and himself a graduate of the 
institution, Dr. Neal is peculiarly fitted to cope 
with the needs of the college. He has made many 
friendships and other contacts for the college lo- 
cally and far away. Dr. Neal is very approachable 
and is willing to give consideration and thought to 
any problems confronting students in which he 
may be able to assist. As the ranking executive of 
Howard College, may he continue to use his pleas- 
ant personality in the interest of the college. 




DR. PERCY P. BURNS 

jbeasi 6fy Men 



Without Dean Percy P. Burns, Howard simply 
wouldn't be Howard. Dean Burns' whole life has 
been an integral part of this college and his stabil- 
izing influence on student life through the years 
has been of untold value. His name is a synonym 
for ethics and gentlemanly conduct. He leads by 
precept and example the life which he would like 
his students to follow. As Dean of the college, 
many troubles are brought to his door, and to his 
credit most of them are settled to the mutual sat- 
isfaction of the troubled student and the Dean 
himself. In addition, he is an expert diplomat. 
Contact with many different personalities gives the 



Dean ample opportunity for pouring oil on trou- 
bled waters. No student would ordinarily think 
of leaving Howard without taking Dean Burns' 
course in Shakespeare, for that is almost as much 
an institution as the college itself. His English 
classes are usually crowded to capacity, despite the 
fact that they are far from being so-termed "snap" 
courses. As a formal speaker and lecturer or in 
extempore talks, Dean Burns excels. A heavy de- 
mand is made on his available time in fulfilling 
some of the many invitations he receives for speak- 
ing engagements about the city. As Dean of Men 
and gentleman, we salute you, sir! 




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MRS. I. R. OBENCHAIN 



In relating the fine qualities possessed by Mrs. I. 
R. Obenchain, Dean of Women, one is merely be- 
ing in accord with opinions of all with whom she 
has come in contact. Her duties are probably em- 
phasized, since it is said that young ladies are 
harder to cope with than young men. Whether 
this is true or not, Mrs. Obenchain's actions 
wouldn't indicate, for her manner is one of unend- 
ing graciousness and charm. Co-eds by the dozens 
flock to her office for hearings on any problems 
that might be confronting them. Not only co-eds 
either, but as custodian of the social calendar, she 
straightens out the social affairs of many of the 
boys also. She might be called old-fashioned, if 



you call a person old-fashioned who is the cham- 
pion of etiquette and gracious manners. Mrs. 
Obenchain is certainly that. In her fourth year at 
Howard, Mrs. Obenchain has won many friends 
since her connection with the college. She carries 
her many duties of planning and supervisory work 
with ease. Any situation that would call for tact, 
resourcefulness, an ability to see things through to 
a conclusion, would find Mrs. Obenchain fitted for 
the occasion. She is a person whom all the stu- 
dents may call "friend," for she is that to all the 
student body and a helpful counselor besides. 
May she continue as a guiding spirit at Howard. 




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HOWARD FACULTY 

IdJell Educated Giaup, 







William Fulton Abercrombic, A.B., Ph.D., As- 
sistant Professor of Biology, A.B. with honors 
Howard College, Ph.D. New York University. 
Hul-Cee M. Acton, A.M., Ph.D., Professor of 
Romance Languages. A.B., Georgetown College; 
A.M., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin; graduate 
work, University of Paris. Paul D. Bales, A.M., 
Professor of Physics; B.S., University of Chatta- 
nooga; A.M., Indiana University. William H. 
Bancroft, A.B., Director of Physical Education; 
A.B., Howard College. A. R. Bliss, Jr., A.M., 
Phm.D., M.D., LL.D, F.A.I.C, Professor of 
Pharmacology; B.S., Phm.D., Columbia Univer- 
sity; A.M., LL.D., Howard College; M.D., Uni- 
versity of Alabama; F.A.I.C. Ora D. Bohannon, 
A.M., Instructor in Modern Languages; A.B., 
A.M., Howard College. Annie L. Boyett, A.M., 
Assistant Professor of English; A.B., Howard 
College; A.M., Columbia University. Oscar S. 
Causey, A.M., Registrar and Professor of Educa- 
tion; A.B., A.M., Howard College. James H. 
Chapman, A.M., Th.M., Professor of Religious 
Education; A.B., D.D., Howard College; Th.B., 
Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. 
J. Fred Cole, Personnel Director and Assistant to 
the President. Raymond Elswood Davis, B.S., As- 
sistant Professor of History and Assistant Direc- 
tor of Physical Education for Men; B.S., Howard 
College. L. O. Dawson, A.B., Th.B., D.D., Pro- 
fessor of Bible and Church History; A.B., D.D., 
Howard College; Th.B., Southern Baptist Theo- 
logical Seminary. Paul De Launey, A.B., Lie. 
Mus.. Doc.Mus., Professor of French and Piano; 
A.B., Lie. Mus., University of Paris; Doc.Mus. 
(Hon.), Paris Conservatory. Mrs. Bertha Severin 
Frost, Instructor in Voice; Graduate, State Con- 
servatories of Holland (Amsterdam) and of Ger- 
many (Berlin) . 






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THE CAMPUS LOVELY 

View JlooJzirUj, &cuit 



A sight of the campus in all its splendor is this 
view looking east directly across to Renfroe Hall. 
To the right of Renfroe Hall may be seen, peep- 
ing through the trees, the gleaming white columns 
of Riley Hall. It contains seven classrooms and 
six offices. Renfroe Hall is the boys' dormitory and 
edges the eastern boundary of the main campus. 
These two buildings, along with the Student Ac- 
tivity Building and Causey Gymnasium, both not 



shown in the picture, comprise the East Group of 
the Howard campus. At the extreme right in the 
picture, with the benches circling around it, is the 
famous old Sherman Oak. This old oak is prac- 
tically a legend around Howard College and al- 
most everybody who knows anything about the 
college has heard of it. Certainly a nice place for 
meditation. 



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THE CAMPUS LOVELY 



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Main Building might be called the nucleus of all 
the Howard College buildings, not because the 
others encircle it, they don't; but rather because it 
is the center of all administrative and most of the 
student activity. Here are found such persons as 
the Registrar, the Deans, Treasurer, the President, 
the Personnel Director, and other controllers of 
the college and its operation. Here are found the 
classrooms of those pedagogues who teach the 



"fundamentals." Such interesting things as Math- 
ematics, English, History, Sociology and others 
are exposed to eager students. The lobby of Main 
is the most popular place on the campus. Here it 
is the idle, the curious and expectant come to gaze 
at the bulletin board between classes and to seek 
their mail in the student boxes. In fact, old Main 
has a standing rendezvous with all to come if they 
may and talk beside her walls. 



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HOWARD FACULTY 

Welt Educated Qnxu^p, 



James A. Hendricks, A.M., Th.B., D.D., Pro- 
fessor of Sociology; A.B., A.M., Howard College; 
Th.B., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; 
D.D., Louisiana College. George W. Hess. A.M., 
Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics; A.B., Kalama- 
zoo College; A.M., University of Kansas; Ph.D., 
University of Michigan. Mrs. B. C. Holliday, 
A.C.A., Instructor in Secretarial Studies. George 
Vernon Irons, A.M., Ph.D., Associate Profes- 
sor of History; A.B., A.M., University of Ala- 
bama; Ph.D., Duke University. Louis R. Lohr, 
M.B.A., Professor of Economics; A.B., University 
of Illinois; M.B.A., Northwestern University. 
W. E. Prescott. Jr., A.B., B.S. in Med., M.D.; 
Lecturer in Biology; A.B., B.S. in Med., Univer- 







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sity of Alabama; M.D., Rush Medical College. 
John D. Rogers, A.B. with honors, Instructor in 
Spanish; A.B., Howard College. Antoinette 
Sparks. A.B., Instructor in Dramatic Arts; A.B., 
University of Alabama. Robert J. Taylor, A.B., 
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry; A.B., 
Mississippi College; Ph.D., University of Vir- 
ginia. William N. Thomas. A.M., Ph.D.. Pro- 
fessor of Ancient Languages; A.B., A.M., Colgate 
University. John Xan. M.S., Ph.D., Professor 
of Chemistry; B.S., Kalamazoo College; M.S.. 
Ph.D., University of Chicago. Mabel Wil- 
loughby, A.B., Librarian; A.B., Howard College; 
A.B. (Library Science) , Emory University. Mrs. 
A. W. Embry. Field Representative. 



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HOWARD FACULTY 

ll/ ell Educated Ql&up, 



• James Kimmins Greer, A.M., Ph.D., Profes- 
sor or Historv. Dr. Greer received his degrees 
from the University of Texas, being the first per- 
son to receive the Ph.D. Degree in History from 
that institution. He has been the Head of the 
Historv Department at Howard for over a decade, 
also writing several books on the Southwest during 
that time and lecturing in the college. • I. M. 
Hostetter. B.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of 
Mathematics and Mechanical Drawing. Dr. Hos- 
tetter received his degree from the University of 
Washington, where he specialized in Machine and 
Engineering Drawing. At Howard, in addition to 
his mathematics classes, he conducts a special class 
in Machine Drawing. He attended, for a year, the 



Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton Uni- 
versity. No degree or special credit is awarded 
there, being purely for the purpose its name im- 
plies. • Dr. Oliver Sarosi is a graduate of the 
University of Hungary and is an assistant in the 
Economics Department. • R. A. Nehls. A.B., 
Ph.B., B.Ed., is Publicity Director and an Instruc- 
tor in English. He received his A.B. from the 
School of Journalism of the University of Wis- 
consin; his Ph.B. from Ripon College at Ripon, 
Wis., and his B.Ed, degree from Wisconsin State 
Teachers College at Platteville, Wis. • M:ss Lou- 
ise Fletemeyer is Assistant Registrar of the Col- 
lege. She holds a B.S. from Purdue University. 




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THE CAMPUS LOVELY 



The most imposing building on the west side of 
the campus is the Sceince Hall. The important 
Pharmacy Department is housed in an addition to 
this structure which may be seen to the right in 
this picture. Besides the three-story Pharmacy ad- 
dition, the classrooms and laboratories for the De- 
partments of Physics, Biology, and Chemistry are 
also contained in this building. A small audito- 
rium seating about one hundred people is on the 



second floor. Here combined classes may hear lec- 
tures of more than ordinary interest, see moving 
pictures, slides and specimens in connection with 
their branch of study. On the first floor arc the 
supply rooms and laboratories of the Physics and 
Chemistry Departments. The basement is given 
over for use as photographic darkrooms and stor- 
age in connection with the Phvsics Department. 



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IN MEMORIAM 




DR. L. O. DAWSON 

Merc words arc inadequate to express the sense of personal loss felt by 

every Howard student in the tragic passing of Dr. L. O. Dawson. No more 

worthy tribute could be given him than for every student to duplicate in 

their own lives, the life that Dr. Dawson led when he was with us. 






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THE CLASSES 
ACT II 



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"With shining morning face" — Wrong 
again, Bill (Shakespeare to you). To the 
nose it was known that it (and it alone) 
shone. Anyway, "unwillingly to school" 
with but one consolation; I had a home. 
What better excuse for home work? But 
that was not the question. To go, or not 
to go. That was the question everyday 
until I was thrown bodily out of school for 
knowing more than my teacher and the 
rest of the faculty including the janitor. 



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OFFICERS 



McKlNLEY GlLLILAND 

N. E. Woolf 
Marie Lindsi i 
Evelyn Riddle 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



THE SENIORS 



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THE SENIORS 



BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THEIR 



J. C. Adams 

One of those people: Honor roll, Crim- 
son staff, class paper staff, editor Senior year, 
Entre Nous staff. Tsch, tsch, that anyone 
should be so intellectual. 

Harry Anderson 

• Product of Dothan. Played football for 
his alma mater and succeeded in ending his 
career in a blaze of glory by making his last 
year the best of all. 

Titus Aldridge 

• A ministerial student, quiet in thought 
and word but nevertheless fulfilling his place at 



Howard. Vice-president of the Ministerial As- 
sociation, sings in the Glee Club and counsels 
the B. S. U. Hails from Hartsellc. 

May Will Atchison 

• The original alma mater was Alabama 
College, but now at Howard, where she has been 
active in the Glee Club and in the B. S. U. 
Council. From Columbiana. 

Jean Baker 

* Alpha Delta Thcta. Flock to, fellows, 
this lady can cook. Besides being a member of 
the Dietetics Club, Jean has managed to do the 
required amount of "campus-coursing," apple- 



J. C. Adams. Harry Anderson. Titus Aldridge.. May Will Atchison, Jean Baku 
Mary Bates. Charles W. Barnes. Marie Rass. Harold Baxley. William Becker 
Ju.;iu i'.i-litp, Richaid Bolin, Win ton Burns, Dorothy Cole. Je- se Hall Colley 









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INDIVIDUAL EFFORTS AT HOWARD 



polishing and the rudiments of a "collitch edi- 
cation" to warrant a degree. 



on the clarinet far and wide. A member of the 
Band and Alpha Epsilon Delta. 



Mary Bates 

• When it comes to operating a switch- 
board and quoting Shakespeare, she has it. We 
envy those A's, Mary. 

Charles W. Barnes 

• A Montgomery boy who is a member of 
Trident, "Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges"; Y. M. 
C. A., president of Cabinet; Student Activity 
Board, Ministerial Association, Ushers Club, 
Student Council, Glee Club member, etc., etc. 
Whew! we're breathless. 

Marie Bass 

• Phi Mu. Marie, or "Dick," as she is bet- 
ter known, is one of those girls you hear about 
but seldom see — you know, the A-A-A kind. 
But she took time out from studying to be pres- 
ident of Beta Pi Theta, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet, and honor roll student all at once. 

Harold Baxley 

• "The Powerful Pee-Wee" is an institu- 
tion at the Science Hall. Well on his way to 
being one of Chemistry's and Howard's great. 
He is president of Trident, vice-president of 
Chi Alpha Sigma, member Masquers, honor roll 
all four years, May Day honor court as a Soph- 
omore and Junior, chemistry and physics lab- 
oratory assistant and Junior Class Marshal on 
Scholarship Day. 

William Becker 

• Product of Brooklyn, N. Y. He is known 
for his geniality and good fellowship; his skill 



Julius Bishop 

• Since his transfer from Mississippi Col- 
lege, Julius has diligently applied himself to his 
studies and has refused to let campus courses 
interfere with his getting an education. Calls 
Sipsey home. 

Richard Bolin 

• A quiet, likable fellow, Richard is one 
who spent his time studying and consequently 
finds himself at the Door to the World with all 
his credits, no dropped courses and no incom- 
pletes. 

Winston Burns 

• Seldom has the Ministerial Association 
been so fortunate in one of its members as it is 
in Winston. Monroeville should be proud of 
this native son. 

Dorothy Cole 

• Delta Zeta. Besides being extremely or- 
namental, Dot is a constant denial of the old 
saw, "Beautiful, but dumb," because she's a 
member of the Y. W. C. A., Booklovers, Pi 
Gamma Mu. 



Jessie Hall Colley 

• Sigma Nu. During his career at Howard 
he has carried the Crimson and Blue to greater 
heights of glory. He is a member of the "H" 
Club, secretary of Men's Pan-Hellenic, presi- 
dent of the Junior Class, and in the Freshman 
stunt. From Troy. 






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THE SENIORS 



BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THEIR 



Bob Cook 

• Political aspirants of Howard will long 
remember and never forget the oratorical 
achievements of Bob. The Ministerial Associa- 
tion mav well be proud of its up-and-coming 
young "Stephen A. Douglas." 

Doris Corbett 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Doris deserted us for 
the University of Miami for a while, but de- 
cided that Howard couldn't be beat, so back 
she came. Beta Pi Theta, Y. W. C. A. Coun- 
cil, Beauty Parade. 



Stanley Duff 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Being one of those in- 
dustrious fellows you hear about but seldom 
see, Stanley has spent his time wisely at his 
books and hasn't let extra-curricular activities 
turn him from the Halls of Learning. 

Harold Dunnam 

• The Shelby County farmer boy who "hap- 
pened" to be editor of the Bull Pup, college 
publicity writer for two years, editor-in-chief 
Entre Nous, assistant editor Senior edition 
Crimson, contributor to the Quill and Campus, 
member International Relations Club, Kappa 



Bob Cook, Doris Corbett. Stanley Duff, Harold Dunnam. Floyd Echols 

Roy Evans, Sara Farley. Virginia Fisch, Cecil W. Gayler. Omer Gebhart 

McKinlev Gilliland, John L. Grace. Herman Greer, Charles Griffith, J. Vt'. Grooms 



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Phi Kappa, "Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges," and Pa- 
rade Committee. From Helena. 

Floyd Echols 

• Here is one of Howard's sterling charac- 
ters; always willing to help the other fellow and 
never too busy to instruct a misguided Fresh- 
man in the mysteries of the biological world. 
Biology laboratory instructor, physical educa- 
tion instructor and perpetual occupant of the 
honor roll. 

Roy Evans 

• Here is another one of those people: 
Scholarship Day, Honor Roll, Chi Alpha Sig- 
ma treasurer, and chemistry laboratory instruc- 
tor, all of which you would never know unless 
you read this book. 

Sara Farley 

• Phi Mu. The diminutive but dynamic 
Sara is one of Howard's prides and joys. She's 
been president and secretary of the Dormitory 
Council, secretary of Phi Mu, member Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet, Pan-Hellenic Council and 
Honor Roll student. Product of Madison. 



Omer Gebhart 

• Omer of the superior disposition, would 
that there were more of you. The Ministerial 
Association is very fortunate in counting you 
among its members. Hails from Foley. 

McKinley Gilliland 

• Attalla. Words fail us. President of 
Senior Class, treasurer of Junior Class, vice- 
president of Frosh Class, Parade Committee, 
Glee Club, Junior Class Stunt chairman and 
Y. M. C. A. chaplain, also "Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges." 

John L. Grace 

• Hailing from Arab, John made good his 
Freshman year and so has been a biology lab- 
oratory instructor ever since. Member of Alpha 
Epsilon Delta. 

Herman Greer 

• A ministerial student that should be a 
lawyer. He once convinced a Freshman co-ed 
that purple was green. A seminary should be 
glad to get him. 






Virginia Fisch 

• Delta Zeta. This girl not only knows how 
to cook, being a member of the Dietetics Cub, 
but she is going to teach others how to coo'; 
also. More power to her and other adjectives 
of commendation. 



C. W. Gayler 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Major in Chemistry 
and Phi Mu, Cecil is president of Chi Alpha 
Sigma, member of Masquers, Physical Society, 
in Sophomore Stunt, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, and 
all-around good fellow. 



Charles Griffith 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. "Little Griff" is a name 
to conjure with. Mention him in a group of 
girls and you'll probably be blown away with 
the sighs. Hail to a regular fellow. 

J. W. Grooms 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. While at Mercer 
J. W. saw Howard play football and decided 
he had better transfer to the winning side. Pres- 
ident of A. L. T., Men's Pan-Hellenic Council 
and member of Alpha Epsilon Delta. Calls 
Waycross, Ga., home. 



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BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THEIR 



Lattie Goss 

• Sonnets should be written to this lady of 
the charming smile. She is a member of Beta 
Pi Theta, Pi Gamma Mu, Booklovers, Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet, B. S. U. Council, and recipient 
of the A. D. Smith Math Award. 



Carl Henckell 

• Many, loud and long are the praises of 
Mrs. Henckell's son Carl. I'll stop before he 
gets the big head or something. 



Margaret Hendrix 

• Delta Zeta. Hypatia, president of Y. W. 
C. A., president of Chi Delta Phi, vice-presi- 
dent of W. A. A., member of Booklovers, In- 
ternational Relations Club, chaplain of Hypa- 
tia, member of Pi Gamma Mu, Women's Stu- 
dent Government Council, B. S. U. Council, 
Crimson staff, vice-president Delta Zeta, vice- 
president Women's Pan-Hellenic Council, and 
"Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges." Those will do until 
some more come along. 



I .mu' Goss. Carl Henckell. Margaret Hendrix. Christine Hicks. Harold Hill 

Margaret Gore Hollinftsworth, Herbert Howard. Bill Jeffers. J. T. Johnson. I~oui.se Johnson 

Nason Kellum. Norman Key. Campbell Kidd, Clyde Kinnaid. Jane Elliott Lampkin 



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INDIVIDUAL EFFORTS AT HOWARD 



Christine Hicks 

• This quiet girl likes Shakespeare and an 
assistant of the Registrar. Member of Glee 
Club and B. S. U. Council. 

Harold Hill 

• This Alabama City boy showed oppo- 
nents how end play in football should be done 
and made All-Dixie Conference as a result. 
Member of "H" Club. 

Margaret Gore Hollingsworth 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Margaret was presi- 
dent of the Glee Club, giving proof of her abil- 
ity to sing. Also treasurer of Alpha Delta 
Theta. 

Herbert Howard 

• This transfer from Troy S. T. C. jumped 
right into the thick of things at Howard and 
became chairman Student Activities Board, 
member Trident, B. S. U. Council, Ministerial 
Association, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, debate chair- 
man Delta Kappa, Glee Club, and "Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges." Not bad for a beginning. 

Bill Jeffers 

• Sigma Nu. Bill has done right well by 
himself since coming to college. Sigma Nu vice- 
president, Student Council, Parade Committee, 
Frosh basketball, Pan-Hellenic, Entre Nous 
staff, chairman Freshman Stunt. 

J. T. Johnson 

• Theta Kappa Nu. A little man that op- 
ponents found big on the football field. Mem- 
ber "H" Club. 



Louise Johnson 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Another little girl 
trying to get along, but in doing so she was 
secretary Student Body, member Student Coun- 
cil, Y. W. C A. Cabinet, Y. W. A, Dormitory 
Council, Dietetics Club treasurer, and B. S. U. 

Nason Kellum 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Nason comes way over 
from Shaw, Miss., to be with us. Member Men's 
Pan-Hellenic Council and Kappa Psi. 

Norman Key 

• When it comes to discussion in the class- 
room, Norman isn't bashful. Well, that's the 
way to learn. Member Freshman basketball 
team. 



Campbell Kidd 

• Sigma Nu. A fancier of the Science Hall 
who knows all the answers in the field of biol- 
ogy. Member Alpha Epsilon Delta. 



Clyde Kinnaird 

• Clyde is a very worthy addition to the 
Ministerial Association and comes from Center- 
ville, Ala. 



Jane Elliott Lambkin 

• Jane is a very smart young lady and she 
intends to impart her knowledge to others in 
the field of English. Member Booklovers, Y. 
W. C. A., and Glee Club. 



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BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THEIR 



Jl \n 1 i FURGBY 

• Through study and ability, Jean liad 
things going her way while at Howard. Presi- 
dent of Booklovers, secretary-treasurer Hypa- 

tia, librarian, B. S. U. Council. Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet. International Relations Club, Honor 
Roll. 

S \m Levy 

• Sam earned good grades where they are 
hard to earn — in the Science Hall. President 
of Alpha Epsilon Delta, laboratory assistant in 
biologv. Honor Roll and Parade Committee. 



Marie Lindsey 

• Phi Mu. Everybody knows "Recie." 
Treasurer of Senior Class, Y. W. C. A., and 
Entre Nous staff. 

Ben Lynes 

• The Shakespeare Shark. From Wagar, 
Ala. 

Merle McCarty 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Secretary Glee Club, 
secretary Sophomore Class, vice-president Fresh- 
man Committee, member Pi Gamma Mu and 
the Y. W. C. A. 



Jean Le Furgey, Sam low. Marie Lindsey, Ben Lyons, Merle McCarty 
Rudolph Manasco. Homer Marsh. Lillie Mae Maxwell. Joe B. Mongle. Helen Moore 
Benjamin Pasternack. H. E Pavne, Howard Prince. Billv Reynolds, Brainard Richard* 




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Rudolph Manasco 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. Rudolph came down 
from Carbon Hill to attend college and learn 
the undertaking business. Personally, we don't 
envy his job. 



Homer Marsh 

• Homer entertained the Ministerial Asso- 
ciation with his musical gifts, since he is a mem- 
ber of that bodv and the Band also. 



Lillie Mae Maxwell 

• Lillie Mae is a transfer from Louisiana 
Baptist College who finds Howard better to her 
liking. Member Glee Club. 



Joe B. Mongle 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Joe is another one of 
those boys you hear tell of who made good. 
Joe came from Holston, Ya., wav down to 
Howard to make good as president of P. K. A., 
president of Kappa Phi Kappa, member Stu- 
dent Council, Glee Club, vice-president Men's 
Pan-Hellenic, physical education instructor and 
business manager of the Entre Nous. 



C. A. and International Relations Club. From 
Clanton. 



Benjamin Pasternack 

• Benjamin comes from Long Beach, N. Y. 
He is a transfer from Brooklyn College of 
Pharmacy and the University of Arkansas. 
Mavbe our pastures look greener. 



H. E. Payne 

• Member Ministerial Association, Glee 
Club, Y. M. C. A. and International Relations 
Club. From Talladega. 



Howard Prince 

• The Demon Accountant and Statistics 
Man from Swaim, Ala. Member Pi Gamma 
Mu. 



Billy Reynolds 

• Sigma Nu. Billv is quite an actor, ap- 
pearing in several Masquers productions, be- 
sides being a member of Delta Kappa, Glee 
Club, Parade Committee, Men's Pan-Hellenic 
and gvm instructor. 



Helen Moore 

• Phi Mu. Helen came here from Judson. 
We're sure she's happier here. How about it, 
Helen? Member Booklovers, Glee Club, Y. W. 



Brainard Richards 

• Able manager of the football team, bas- 
ketball and baseball, also president of the "H" 
Club. 



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BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THEIR 



Evelyn Riddle 

• Plii Mu, A studious brunette who made 
Beta Pi Theta, Y. W. C. A., Crimson staff, 
secretary of the Senior Class, and vice-president 
of Beta Pi Theta. 

Louis D. Roberts 

• Gentleman and scholar. Member Chi Al- 
pha Sigma, marshal Scholarship Day, president 
of Physical Society, member of Trident, Stunt 
Night, Chemistry Laboratory assistant, Honor 
Roll. 



George Rodgers 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Though not a military 
man, George comes from West Point — in Ken- 
tucky. Member Alpha Epsilon Delta, and vice- 
president, Parade Committee, and Biology Lab- 
oratory instructor. 

Olin Ray 

• Olin is from Shawmut and a member of 
the Ministerial Association and the Glee Club. 

Lucy Rucker 

• Delta Zeta. The little girl with the big 
smile. Member of Y. W. C. A., Boolclovers, 



Evelyn Riddle. I.ouis D. Roberts, George Rodgers, Olin Ray, Lucy Rucker 
Anne Joe Ryan, Benton Cecil Shafer, Charles Sharp, Charles Shinpock, Bill Sims 
Doris Smith, Mrs. Mae Smith, Glenn Stewart, Ed Strickland, Sara Frances Strock 




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International Relations Club, Y. W. A., and 
the Honor Roll. From Gadsden and a transfer 
from Florence S. T. C. 



Bill Sims 

• Sigma Nu. When it came to the "most 
handsome men" contests, Bill was sure to rank 
at the top. The ladies? Ah, me! 



Anne Joe Ryan 

• Phi Mu. An actress to the core, being a 
bright light in the Masquers, not to say a mem- 
ber of the Student Council, president of Mas- 
quers, president of Phi Mu, May Day, marshal 
Scholarship Day, Y. W. C. A., Gail Patrick 
up for acting, and Entre Nous staff, Hypatia 
.ind vice-president Women's Student Govern- 
ment. 



Doris Smith 

• Alpha Delta Pi. This popular co-ed was 
president of Alpha Delta Pi, president Wom- 
en's Pan-Hellenic, member Y. W. C. A., Glee 
Club, Pi Gamma Mu. 



Mrs. Mae Smith 

• Mrs. Smith is finishing her delayed edu- 
cation, more power to her. 



Benton Cecil Shafer 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Benton came down 
from Anniston to be a pharmacist. While here 
he was president of Kappa Psi, member Student 
Council, and president Junior Pharmacy Class. 



Glenn Stewart 

• A hard worker, academically and extra- 
curricularly (pardon us). Vice-president of 
Trident, cheerleader, gym instructor, member 
Masquers, Frosh Stunt Committee, Honor 
Court on May Day, Student Office assistant. 



Charles Sharp 

• Pi Kappa Phi. "Bud," as he is generally 
known, is something of a man about town and 
dresses the part. He was president of the Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet, business manager Entre 
Nous, member Crimson staff, Stunt Night, 
Parade Committee, Pan-Hellenic Council vice- 
president. 



Charles Shinpock 

• Sigma Nu. Charlie hails from Elkmont, 
'way up near the Tennessee line. A football 
player, member of the "H" Club and Pan-Hel- 
lenic. 



Ed Strickland 

• Who doesn't know Ed, the Sage of Al- 
bertville? Ed has been a member of the foot- 
ball team, Glee Club, Band, Student Council, 
and assistant advertising manager of the Crim- 
son. 



Sara Frances Strock 

• Phi Mu. Frances went from dear old 
Verbena, her home, to Judson College, but 
found Howard suited her disposition better. 
Honor Roll, Glee Club, vice-president Y. W. 
A., vice-president Phi Mu, member May Court 
and International Relations Club. 



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BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THEIR 



Rose Tombrello 

• Rose made quite an addition to the Beau- 
ty Parade. President of Glee Club, B. S. U. 
Council, Student Council, Y. W. C. A. devo- 
tional chairman, Pi Gamma Mu. 

Alfred Trimm 

• Sigma Nu. The genial lad with the Bond 
Street appearance. Football player and mana- 
ger, president of the Student Body, member 
Masquers and the International Relations Club. 



Max Vaughn 

• This Trussville boy is a laboratory biology 
assistant, member Alpha Epsilon Delta, and 
vice-president and treasurer of that body. 

Frank W. Vines 

• Frank is in his glory manipulating busi- 
ness statistics and finance mathematics. 

Douglas Walker 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. From Cuba, Ala. 
Member Alpha Epsilon Delta and president 
Men's Pan-Hellenic Council. 



Rose Tombrello. Alfred Trimm, Max Vaughn, Frank \V. Vines, Douglas Walker 

William Walker. Mary Warren. Mary Jane Watkins. Howard Weaver, Edwin Welch 

Margaret Wilson. William F. Wimberly. N. E. Wolff. Mildred Wyers 




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William Walker 

• Theta Kappa Nu. William comes from 
Kilmichael, way down in Mississippi. He's bus- 
iness manager of the Crimson, vice-president 
Senior Class in Pharmacy, and a member Men's 
Pan-Hellenic Council. 



Margaret Wilson 

• Margaret was a member of Hypatia, Y. 
W. C. A., W. A. A., Beta Pi Theta, also Honor 
Roll. 



Mary Warren 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Y. W. A. vice-presi- 
dent, vice-president Dietetics Club, member 
Booklovers, W. A. A, Y. W. C. A., B. S. U. 
Council and Women's Pan-Hellenic. 



William F. Wimberley 

• From Ashford, William was a member of 
the Ministerial Association and the Glee Club. 



Mary Jane Watkins 

• Alpha Delta Pi. The quiet little girl with 
the distinctive voice. Member Crimson staff, 
Stunt Night, Parade Committee, Booklovers, 
and Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. 



N. E. Wolff 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. N. E. was captain 
of the football team, member the "H" Club, 
vice-president Senior Class and vice-president 
Alpha Lambda Tau. 



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Howard Weaver 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Howard comes from De- 
catur. He has been a member of the Band, Y. 
W. C. A., and president of Pi Kappa Phi. 



Edwin Welch 

• Sigma Nu. Member of the Band and the 
International Relations Club. 



Mildred Wyers 

• Mildred is an athlete of the first rate, 
albeit, a brainy one. President Women's Stu- 
dent Government and Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation, vice-president Hypatia, secretary Chi 
Alpha Sigma, Y. W. C. A. member, also Glee 
Club. 



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cAlma £Mater 

Oh. Howard. Alma Mater true. 

I lore thy glorious name, 

Deserving every honor due 

To an unsullied fame. 

I'll love thee through each fleeting breath 

For all that thou hast done, 

And in the agonies of death 

Be still thy loving son. 



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Oh, Alma Mater, dear, thy life 

A treasure is to me: 

Thou. Phoenix fair, through flames and strife, 

Hast shown thy right to be. 

Since poverty has made thee rich 

And struggle made thee strong. 

1 view thee in thy self-made niche, 

And burst to filial song. 

Oh, parent true, the future fair 

Must hold but good for thee, 

For hope's fruition waits thee there 

In blest reality. 

And sons like thine will make thee shine 

With glory all thine own, 

And bring to thy maternal shrine 

Not gifts of gold alone. 



Words by Dr. G. W. Macon, '84 
Music by Prof. Paul De Launey 



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Ralph Feild President 

Hal Bennett Vice-President 

Catherine Walker Secretary 

Dave Telford Treasurer 



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Bebe Anderson 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Masquers, Y. W. C. A. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Sidney Ballard 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Stevenson, Ala. 

Hal Bennett 

• May Day (2), (3), vice-president Glee 
Club (2), secretary (3), B. S. U. chorister (3), 
Crimson staff (3). Hartselle, Ala. 



Looney Dodd Bentley 

• Delta Zeta. Women's Student Govern- 
ment Council (3), Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., 
president of Delta Zeta (4), Parade Committee 
(2), (3). Birmingham, Ala. 

John Otho Black 

Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3), B. S. U. 
(1, 2, 3), vice-president Volunteer Board (1), 
Glee Club (1, 2, 3), Y. M. C. A. (3). Deca- 
tur, Ala. 



Bebe Anderson. Sidney Ballard. Hal Bennett. Looney Dodd Bentley. John Otho Black 

Ben Browdy. Elmer Brunson. Marparet Burford. Homer Carlisle 

Jimmie Carter. Martha Clemmons Childers, Howard Chojnowski, Charles Clark, Robert Conrad 

Everette Craip. Billy Eppes. L. W. Fadely. Roy Fincher 





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Ben Browdy 

• "H" Club, basketball (1, 2, 3). Birming- 
ham, Ala. 



Charles Clark 

• Sigma Nu. Masquers (1, 2) , Delta Kap- 
pa (1, 2), business manager Bull Pup (1), 
marshal Scholarship Day (1). Wetumplca, 
Ala. 



Elmer Brunson 

• Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3), Glee 
Club (1, 2, 3), B. S. U. (1, 2, 3), Masquers 
(3). Elba, Ala. 



Robert Conrad 

• Birmingham, Ala. 



Margaret Burford 

• Masquers (1, 2, 3), Student Activity 
Board (2) , Parade Committee (3) , Entre 
Nous staff (2), Selene (1). Birmingham, Ala. 



Everette Craig 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Y. W. C. A. Cab- 
inet (3). Birmingham, Ala. 



Homer Carlisle 

• Kappa Psi (2, 3) . Alexander City, Ala. 

Jimmie Carter 

• Football (1, 2, 3). Mobile, Ala. 



Billy Eppes 

• Secretary Masquers (3), Glee Club (1, 
2) . Birmingham, Ala. 



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Martha Clemmons Childers 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Masquers (2, 3), Beta 
Pi Theta (2, 3), Crimson staff (2), Honor Roll 
(2) , Parade Committee (2) , Y. W. C. A. (2, 
3). Birmingham, Ala. 



Howard Chojnowski 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Birmingham, Ala. 



L. W. Fadely 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Kappa Psi (1, 2, 3), 
Delta Kappa (1). Birmingham, Ala. 



Roy Fincher 

• Basketball (1), Y. M. C. A. (1, 2, 3), 
B. S. U. (1, 2, 3), Ministerial Association (1, 
2, 3) . Arley, Ala. 



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Ralph Feild 

• President of Freshman, Sophomore, and 
Junior Classes; Ministerial Association (1, 2, 
3), Chorister (1, 3), president Glee Club (2), 
president Volunteer Mission Band (1), Ushers 
Club (2, 3). Decatur, Ala. 



Jot Gann 

• Football (1, 2, 3), "H" Club. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 



Adelle Hansen 

• President Dietetics Club (2), vice-presi- 
dent (3), Honor Roll (2, 3), Booklovers (2, 
3). Birmingham, Ala. 

J. Ruie Hendon 

• Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3). Deca- 
tur, Ala. 

Emily Hess 

• Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3), Chi Delta Phi (1, 
2, 3), Glee Club (2, 3). Birmingham, Ala. 



Ralph Field, Joe Gann. Adelle Hansen, J. Rule Hendon. Emily Hess 

Virginia Loiac Hess, Herman Hodges. Arnimda Howell, Richard Hudson 

Fannie George Hurtt. Fllen Ruth Isbell, Averett Jacks, J. L. Jordan. Harvev John-on 

Eros I.angston, Wintord Lawley, Dorothy Lockett, A. V. Lynch 









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Virginia Loise Hess 

• Glee Club (2), Booklovers (1, 2, 3), Y. 
W. C. A. (1, 2, 3), Cabinet member (3). Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 



Averett Jacks 

• Kappa Psi (3). Birmingham, Ala. 



Herman Hodges 

• Football, basketball, baseball (1, 2, 3), 
alternate captain football (3). Hartford, Ala. 



J. L. Jordan 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Kappa Psi (3) , trans- 
fer from Springhill College. Mobile, Ala. 



Arminda Howell 

• Beta Phi Alpha. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 
(1, 2, 3), vice-president Y. W. C. A. (3), W. 
A. A. publicity chairman (3), sorority editor 
Entre Nous (3). Birmingham, Ala. 



Richard Hudson 

9 Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3), Glee 
Club (1, 2). Grand Bay, Ala. 



Harvey Johnson 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Kappa Psi (3). Chi- 
cago, 111. 



Eros Langston 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. Vice-president Stu- 
dent Body (3), Ministerial Association (1, 2, 
3) . Bessemer, Ala. 



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Fannie George Hurtt 

• B. S. U. Council (1, 3), Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (3), devotional chairman Beta Pi The- 
ta (3), International Relations Club (2, 3), 
Booklovers (3). Irondale, Ala. 



Ellen Ruth Isbell 

• Glee Club (2, 3), Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 
(3), president Freshman Commission (3), W. 
A. A. (1), baseball chairman (2), May Day 
Honor Court (2, 3), treasurer Sophomore Class 
(2), Student Council (3), Parade Committee 
(2, 3) , Beauty Section ( 1 ) , sponsor, Howard- 
Mercer game (3). Columbiana, Ala. 



WlNFORD LAWLEY 

• Birmingham, Ala. 



Dorothy Lockett 



• Alpha Delta Pi. May Court (2, 3), 
treasurer Alpha Delta Pi (3), Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (2), Beauty Section (2), Beauty Pa- 
rade (2, 3). Birmingham, Ala. 



A. V. Lynch 

• Auburn (1,2). Ashland, Ala. 



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Louise McConnell 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Secretary Women's Stu- 
dent Government ( i) , Y. W. C. A. (3) , Wom- 
en's Pan-Hellenic (3), Parade Committee (2, 
3), Glee Club (1, 2, 3), Beauty Section (1), 
Beauty Parade (1, 2, 3). Birmingham, Ala. 



Julius McIlwain 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. Men's Pan-Hellenic 
(3), University of Mississippi (1, 2). Pasca- 
goula, Miss. 



Mary Mai.one 

• Delta Zcta. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3), W. 
A. A. (I, 2, 3), Booklovers (1, 2, 3). Birming- 



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Dan Murnane 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Baseball (1,2), Y. M. 
C. A. Cabinet ( 1 ) , business manager Bull Pup 
(2), Debate Team (2, 3), president Delta Kap- 
pa (3), Ushers Club (3), assistant business 
manager Entre Nous (3), drum major Band 
(1, 2, 3). Birmingham, Ala. 



I ouise McConnell, Julius McIlwain, Miry Milone, Dan Murnane, Almedia Newman 

Daniel Edward Nolen, Corley Odom. Edwin Orv. La Fawn Pair 

Winifred Petersen, Dudley Priclceft, Mrs. Alyce Putnam, Jimmie Redd, Joe Renfro 

Barbara Robinson. Nathan Schenker, Zelma Self. Lillian Jane Smith 






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Almedia Newman 

• Treasurer Boolclovers Club (3). Cull- 
man, Ala. 



Mrs. Alyce Putnam 

• Honor Roll (2), Glee Club (2, 3). Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 



Daniel Edward Nolen 

• Auburn (1,2). Alexander City, Ala. 



Jimmie Redd 

• Head cheerleader (3), International Re- 
lations Club (3). Birmingham, Ala. 



CORLEY ODOM 

• Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). Irondale, Ala. 



Joe Renfro 

• Birmingham, Ala. 



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Edwin Ory 

• Band (1), Alpha Epsilon Delta. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 



Barbara Robinson 

• De Launey medal in music. Double 
Springs, Ala. 



La Fawn Pair 

• Member Kappa Psi. Sequatchie, Tenn. 



Nathan Schenker 

• Football (1, 2), Honor Roll (1, 2), "H" 
Club (2, 3). Cleveland, Ohio. 



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Winifred Petersen 

• Crimson staff (3), publicity staff (2), 
Chi Delta Phi (2, 3), Y. W. C. A. (3), Li- 
brary (2), Boolclovers (1, 2, 3). Birmingham, 
Ala. 



Dudley Prickett 

• Glee Club (3), Band (3), transfer from 
Berry College (1, 2). Gadsden, Ala. 



Zelma Self 

• Glee Club (2, 3) , Y. W. C. A. (2) . Bai- 
leyton, Ala. 



Lillian Jane Smith 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Chi Delta Phi (2) , 
cheerleader (3), Y. W. C A. Cabinet (2). In 
ternational Relations Club (2), W. A. A. (2, 
3) , Parade Committee (3) , Judson College ( 1 ) . 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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Boy< i Stone 

• Football (I, 2, 3), "H" Club. Albert- 
villc, Ala. 

Hubirt Stone 

• Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3), Glee 
Club (2). Birmingham, Ala. 

\'l KA SwiNDAL 

• Orchestra ( 1 ) , Alpha Epsilon Delta, Y. 
W. C. A. (2, 3). Gadsden, Ala. 



Dave Telford 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Basketball (I, 2, 3), 
Baseball (2), manager Football Team (2, 3), 
"H" Club (2, 3). Scottsboro, Ala. 



Thei.ma Terry 

• Secretary Dormitory (2), also vice-presi- 
dent (3), Parade Committee (2), Entre Nous 
staff (2), Y. W. A. (3), Crimson staff (3). 
Fayette, Ala. 






Boyce Stone. Hubert Stone. Vera Swindal, Dave Telford, Thelma Terry 

Edgar Thomas, William Thomas. Jack Thompson, Katherine Walker 

LaFayette Walker, Blanche Walls, Mary George Walthall. Rose Watlrins, Daniel Weinstein 

William Wells. Maitha Wilborn. Esther Jane Wood. Ray Yeagef 






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Edgar Thomas 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Auburn (1), Kappa Psi. 
Tuscumbia, Ala. 

William Thomas 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Kappa Psi. Scotts- 
boro, Ala. 



Jack Thompson 

• Treasurer of the Student Body. Garden- 
dale, Ala. 



Katherine Walker 

• B. S. U. Council and devotional chair- 
man (3), Student Council (2), Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (1, 2), chairman Freshman Commis- 
sion (2) , Student Activity Board (2) , secretary 
Junior Class, Beauty Parade (2), May Day 
Court ( 1 ) , Booklovers. Birmingham, Ala. 

LaFayette Walker 

• Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3) , B. S. U. 
Council (1,2), Y. W. C. A. (1, 2), vice-presi- 
dent Freshman Class (1), Student Council (2), 
Parade Committee (3), Glee Club (1). Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Blanche Walls 

• Editor Crimson (3), Parade Committee 
(3), Y. W. A. (2, 3), Scholarship Day (2), 
Chi Delta Phi (2), secretary (3), Beta Pi The- 
ta (2), Booklovers (1, 2), vice-president (3), 
International Relations Club (1), secretary and 
reporter (2, 3), publicity staff (1, 2), Crimson 
staff (1, 2), Honor Roll (1, 2), Y. W. C. A. 
(1, 2), Cabinet (3). Birmingham, Ala. 



Mary George Walthall 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Dietetics Club (3), 
Middle Georgia College (1, 2). Birmingham, 
Ala. 



Rose Watkins 

• Honor Roll (1, 2), Scholarship Day (1), 
W. A. A. (3) , Y. W. C. A. (1) . Birmingham, 
Ala. 



Daniel Weinstein 

• University of Maryland (1, 2). Balti- 
more, Md. 



William Wells 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. Birmingham, Ala. 

Martha Wilborn 

• B. S. U. (2, 3) , Glee Club (2, 3) , Book- 
lovers (3). Birmingham, Ala. 



Esther Jane Wood 

• Alpha Delta Theta. President Chi Delta 
Phi (3), Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3), Booklovers 
(3), secretary Pharmacy Class (3), Y. W. A. 
(3), Women's Pan-Hellenic (3), technical lab- 
oratory assistant in Pharmacy (3). Birming- 
ham, Ala. 



Ray Yeager 

• Y. M. C. A. (3), International Relations 
Club (3). Birmingham, Ala. 



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C'36, was felt with keen sorrow and 
regret by his many friends at the col- 
lege. As an undergraduate he had 
distinguished himself in journalism 
and creative writing, and later at- 
tended Northwestern University. At 
the time of his death he was a re- 
porter for the Birmingham News. 



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Cecil King President 

Frank Bryan Vice-President 

Gladys Allen Secretary 

Mildred Lawrence Treasurer 



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Jack Akin, Lillian Ai bright, Gladys Allen. Jbanbttb Amberson 
George Bagley, Homer Baglev. Emma Lula Barnard. William 

Him. Lynette Borland 
Vivo Mihiin Boswell, Ralph Brunson, Frank Brian. Jappie 

Brvant 
Gussik Burton, Leonard Burton, Willis N. Bynuh, Brisk) 

Cain. Kathryn Cari isi i 

B. Carroll Cartir. H\kio» Cather, _! i - — * CavbndbR, Thomas 

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Jack Akin 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Glee Club (1, 2); Min- 
isterial Association Vice-President (1, 2) ; B. S. U. 
(2) . Baileyton, Ala. 

Lillian Albright 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Y. W. C. A. (2) ; Die- 
tetics Club (2) . Haleyville, Ala. 

Gladys Allen 

• Delta Zeta. Treasurer of Y. W. C. A. (2) ; 
Secretary of Sophomore Class; Beauty Parade (1) . 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Jeanette Amberson 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. President Beta Sigma 
Omicron (1); Pan-Hellenic Council (2); Y. W. 
C. A. (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

George Bagley 

• Ministerial Association. Birmingham, Ala. 

Homer Bagley 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Ministerial Association; Y. 
M. C. A. Cabinet (1, 2). Anniston, Ala. 

Emma Lula Barnard 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

William Bell 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Baseball (1) ; Band (1) ; 
Kappa Psi; "H" Club. Townley, Ala. 

Lynette Borland 

• Delta Zeta. Y. W. C. A. (2) ; Beauty 
Parade (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Vivo Merlin Boswell 

• B. S. U. Pianist (1, 2) ; Y. W. A. (1, 2) ; 
Glee Club (1, 2). Birmingham, Ala. 

Ralph Brunson 

• Elba, Ala. 



Frank Bryan 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Football (1) ; Student Coun- 
cil (1); Vice-President Sophomore Class. Liv- 
ingston, Ala. 

Jappie Bryant 

• Delta Zeta. Bessemer, Ala. 

Gussie Burton 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Vice-President of 
Alpha Delta Theta (2) ; Vice-President of Glee 
Club (2) ; Booklovers Club (2) ; Y. W. C. A. (2) . 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Leonard Burton 

• Baseball (1); Basketball (2); "H" Club. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Willis N. Bynum 

• Decatur, Ala. 

Brunice Cain 

• W. A. A. (2) ; Y. W. C. A. (2) . Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Kathryn Carlisle 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Pan-Hellenic Council 
(2) ; Y. W. C. A. (2) ; Beta Pi Theta. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

B. Carroll Carter 

• Ministerial Association; Glee Club (2). 
Mobile, Ala. 

Harlow Cather 

• Baseball (1); Basketball (2); "H" Club. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Jesse Cavender 

• Kappa Psi. Bemis, Tenn. 

Thomas Chandler 

• Ministerial Association. Plantersville, Ala. 



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Robert Chester, William Shields Christian, Elizabeth Coffey, 

Ruth Collins 
Ann Claire Cooper. Marion Cowden, George Cowgill, Eliza- 
kith Cross, Robert Davie 
Beatrice Davies, Charley Davis. Elizabeth Davis. J. H. Davidson 
(.I/Mil Dbason, Mildred Downs, Harriet Esco, Frances Fi i d 
man. Harold Fihkis 
Maxie Floyd, Cletus Ford, Judson Gladney, Joe Gomperts 



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Robert Chester 

• Kappa Psi. Bemis, Tennessee. 

William Shields Christian 

• Baptist Bible Institute (1). Lafayette, Ala. 

Elizabeth Coffey 

• Delta Zeta. Assistant Editor Freshmen 
Crimson; Society Editor Entre Nous (2) ; Crim- 
son Staff (1, 2); Publicity (1, 2); Chairman 
Beauty Parade (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Ruth Collins 

• Leeds, Ala. 

Ann Claire Cooper 

• Entre Nous Staff (1) ; Glee Club (1, 2) ; 
B. S. U. Council (1, 2); Scholarship Day (1); 
Honor Roll (1). Oxford, Ala. 

Marion Cowden 

° Beta Sigma Omicron. Glee Club (2) ; Y. 
W. C. A. (2) . Tarrant, Ala. 

George Cowgill 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. President P. K. A.; 
Kappa Psi. Birmingham, Ala. 

Elizabeth Cross 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Y. W. A. (2) . Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Robert Davie 

• Sigma Nu. West Blocton, Ala. 

Beatrice Davies 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. W. A. A. (2) ; Y. 
W. C. A. (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Charley Davis 

• Football (1, 2). Birmingham, Ala. 



Elizabeth Davis 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Dormitory Council (2) ; 
Masquers (2) . Albertville, Ala. 

J. H. Davidson 

• Millport, Ala. 

Ozelle Deason 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Alabama College (1). 
Billinsley, Ala. 

Mildred Downs 

• Delta Zeta. Glee Club (1, 2) ; Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (2) ; Beauty Parade (2) . Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Harriet Esco 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Crimson Staff (1, 2); 
Glee Club (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2); 
Dormitory Council (2) . Clanton, Ala. 

Frances Feldman 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Harold Ferris 

• Sigma Nu. Atlanta, Ga. 

Maxie Floyd 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. W. A. A. (2); 
Beauty Parade (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Cletus Ford 

• Tarrant, Ala. 

Judson Gladney 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. Kappa Psi. Hance- 
ville, Ala. 

Joe Gomperts 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. 



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Roscoe Griffin 

• Glee Club (2) ; Vice-President B. S. U. (2) ; 
Ministerial Association; Y. M. C. A. (1, 2). 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Gwendolyn Griffith 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Y. W. C. A. (1.2): 
Booklovers (2). Tarrant, Ala. 

George Groff 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Executive Committee, 
Sophomore Pharmacy Class; Kappa Psi. Crich- 
ton, Ala. 

Truett Hall 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Coffeeville, Ala. 

R. F. Hallford 

* B. S. U. Council (2) ; Ministerial Associa- 
tion. Slocum, Ala. 

Otis Hardy 

• Football (1,2); "H" Club (2). Alexander 
City, Ala. 

Dewey Harper 

* Montevallo, Ala. 

Lyd:a Haisten 

* Phi Mu. Masquers (1, 2); Secretary-Treas- 
urer Delta Kappa (2) ; Y. W. C. A. (2) ; Book- 
lovers (2) ; Beauty Parade (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Marion Headley 

* Delta Zeta. Freshman Stunt; Y. W. C. A. 
(1, 2); Booklovers (1); Y. W. A. (1, 2). Syla- 
cauga, Ala. 

Mary Hill 

* Birmingham, Ala. 



Fran*( fs Hogan 

• Delta Zeta. Y. W. C A. (2) : Alpha Ep- 
silon Delta: Beauty Parade (1, 2). Bristol, Tenn. 

Elizabeth Holoomb 

• Phi Mu. Y. W. C A. Cabinet; Beautv 
Parade (1). Birmingham, Ala. 

Clyde Hubbard 

• Football (1, 2). Aldrich, Ala. 

Aubrey Hunt 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Auburn (1). Brent, Ala. 

Thomas Hunter 

• Ministerial Association Treasurer (1) ; Band 
(1, 2); Y. M. C. A. (1, 2); Secretary (2). Mo- 
bile, Ala. 

Edwin Janicki 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Baseball (1). Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Frances Johnson 

• Phi Mu. Dormitory Council (2) ; Y. W. 
A. (2). Oxford, Ala. 

Lillian Jones 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Valley Head, Ala. 

Tom Jones 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Valley Head, Ala. 

Cecil King 

• Sigma Nu. Masquers (1, 2); Parade Com- 
mittee (2). Birmingham, Ala. 

Howard Kirkland 

• Sigma Nu. Parade Committee (2). Leeds, 
Ala. 

Jack Kelser 

• Sigma Nu. Masquers (1, 2); Parade Com- 
mittee (2); Ushers Club (2). Birmingham, Ala. 



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Fred Kiy. Frvsk Landers, Mildrbd Lawrence, Amelia Lbvini 
Bruce Little. Charles Loveless, Ernestine Lucas, Marv 

VIRGINIA McGtNTY, CATHRVN M< KlBBON 

Janke Macon, Jeanni Martin, Norman Massingili. Milored 

M \SSEY 

Margaret Maxwmi. Tommy Mbthvin, Aubrey Miiiir. Sue 
Mm irons. Hiiin MrrcHELi 

John S. MOORB, ELIZABETH Morton. EvBLYN MuRPHRBB, Hazh 
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Fred Key 

Alpha Lambda Tau. Parrish, Ala. 

Frank Landers 

• Kappa Psi. Piedmont, Ala. 

Mildred Lawrence 

© Phi Mu. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); Booklovers 
(1); Masquers (1, 2); Treasurer Sophomore 
Class; Parade Committee (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Amelia Levine 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Jruce Little 

• Football (1, 2); Basketball (1); Baseball 
(1); "H" Club (2). Piedmont, Ala. 

Charles Loveless 

• Band (1, 2). Birmingham, Ala. 

Ernestine Lucas 

• W. A. A. (1, 2); Booklovers (2); Y. W. 
C. A. (1, 2). Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Virginia McGinty 

• Publicity Staff (2) ; Sponsor Howard- 
Southern Game (2) . Lovick, Ala. 

Cathryn McKibbon 

© Beta Sigma Omicron. Y. W. C A. Cabi- 
net (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Janice Macon 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Secretary (2), Re- 
porter (2) ; Y. W. C. A. (1) ; Reporter for Phar- 
macy Class (2). Mobile, Ala. 

Jeanne Martin 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Masquers (1, 2); Y. W. 
C. A. (2); Student Council (2). Albertville, 
Ala. 



Norman Massingill 

© Kappa Alpha. Roanoke College (1); 
Kappa Psi; Fraternity Editor Entre Nous (2). 
Bristol, Tenn. 

Mildred Massey 

© Alpha Delta Theta. Glee Club (1, 2); 
Beauty Parade (1, 2) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2). Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Margaret Maxwell 

• Phi Mu. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2) ; Glee 
Club (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Tommy Methvin 

© Alpha Lambda Tau. Birmingham, Ala. 

Aubrey Miller 

© Pi Kappa Alpha. Glee Club (1); Cheer- 
leader (2) ; Kappa Psi. Leeds, Ala. 

Sue Millerons 

© Delta Zeta. Judson College (1). Waverly, 
Ala. 

Helen Mitchell 

© W. A. A. (1,2). Birmingham, Ala. 

John S. Moore 

• Ministerial Association; Glee Club (2) ; Y. 
M. C. A. (2) . Aliceville, Ala. 

Elizabeth Morton 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Y. W. C. A. (2). 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Evelyn Murphree 

• Phi Mu. Y. W. C. A. (2); Booklovers 
(2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Hazel Nadler 

• Booklovers (1, 2); Glee Club (2). Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 






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Kith Oliver, Robbie Otings. Arlene Patterson. NKrgi'Eri™ 
Roy Payne, Glenn Perry, Grain Phillips, Odia Pbsnell, Aha 

POTl 1 1 

Ai si i Pratt, Archie Pruitt, Frances Rat, Fi izabeth Rii>i<i<k 

Beth Manli Ridolb, I C. Robinson, Helen Romrtv Walter 

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Ruth Oliver 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Assistant Editor Bull Pup 
(2); Masquers (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (2); B. S. 
U. Council (2) ; Parade Committee (2) . Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Robbie Owings 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Masquers (1, 2); Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Freshman Class (1); Y. W. A. 
(1, 2); Miss Howard '37; Beauty Parade (2). 
Centerville, Ala. 

Arlene Patterson 

• Phi Mu. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2) ; Booklovers 
(2); Beauty Parade (1). Birmingham, Ala. 

Marguerite Payne 

• B. S. U. Council (2) ; Secretary Y. W. C. 
A. (2) ; W. A. A. (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Roy Payne 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Kappa Psi. Dora, Ala. 

Glenn Perry 

• Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer (2) ; Ushers Club 
(1, 2); Band (1, 2); Honor Roll (1). West 
Blocton, Ala. 

Grady Phillips 

• Kappa Psi; Alpha Epsilon Delta. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Odia Pesnell 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Baileyton, Ala. 

Ada Powell 

• Delta Zeta. Y. W. C. A. (2) ; Booklovers 
(2) ; Y. W. A. (1,2). Birmingham, Ala. 

Alsey Pratt 

• Alpha Lambda Tan. Student Council (2). 
Centerville, Ala. 



Archie Pruitt 

© Scholarship Day (1) ; Y. W. C. A. Council 
(2) ; Vice-President B. S. U. Council (2) ; Delta 
Kappa (1, 2); Glee Club (1, 2); Ministerial As- 
sociation. Chatom, Ala. 

Frances Ray 

• Delta Zeta. Birmingham, Ala. 

Elizabeth Riddick 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Masquers (1, 2); 
Beauty Parade (1). Huntsville, Ala. 

Betty Manly Riddle 

• Dormitory Council (2); Y. W. A. (2); 
Glee Club (1, 2). Talladega, Ala. 

L. C. Robinson 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. 

Helen Roberts 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Dietetics Club (1, 2); 
Glee Club (1, 2). Birmingham, Ala. 

Walter Rose 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. Birmingham, Ala. 

Irby Seigler 

• Football (1). Guntersville, Ala. 

Carl Shaddix 

• Oxford, Ala. 

John Shores 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Kappa Psi. Carbon 
Hill, Ala. 

Annelle Smith 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Ward-Belmont Col- 
lege (1); Sponsor Howard-Mercer '37. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Eugene Smith 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Birmingham. Ala. 



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Marie Smith, Maralyn Smith. Percy Smith, Bonnie Sazera. 

Frances Sparks 
William Stickles, Donald Strickland, D. C. Stringfellow, 

Mrs. Martha Swain 

Martha Olivia Taylor. Mary Pearl Teasley, Gross Thornton, 

Tai.madge Tugole, Rebecca Unihrwood 

Nelson Varnell, Jared VC'alkir. Hai Walker, Louise Ward 

Waveri i y Watjcins, William Weaver, Wile n a Williams, Mary 

W'ii i iamson, Billy Wood 



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Marie Smith 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Birmingham, Ala. 

Maralyn Smith 

© Birmingham, Ala. 

Percy Smith 

o Pi Kappa Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. 

Bonnie Sazera 

• Laboratory Assistant; Alpha Epsilon Delta; 
Freshman Marshal Scholarship Day. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Frances Sparks 

© Phi Mu. Laboratory Instructor (2) ; Y. 
W. C. A. (1). Birmingham, Ala. 

William Stickles 

© Editor Bull Pup (1); Associate Editor 
Sophomore Edition Crimson (2) . Louisville, Ky. 

Donald Strickland 

• Ministerial Association. Gordo, Ala. 

D. C. Stringfellow 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Y. M. C. A. (1, 2) ; Inter- 
national Relations Club (2) ; Ministerial Associa- 
tion. Dothan, Ala. 

Mrs. Martha Swain 

• University of Tampa (1); Glee Club (2). 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Martha Olivia Taylor 

• Alpha Delta Theta-Alpha Epsilon Delta 
Secretary (2); Booklovers (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. 
(2); W. A. A. (2). Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Pearl Teasley 

• Huffman, Ala. 

Gross Thornton 

• Alpha Lambda Tau. Birmingham, Ala. 



Talmadge Tuggle 

© Football (1, 2). Bessemer, Ala. 

Rebecca Underwood 

• Delta Zeta. Honor Roll (1) ; Y. W. C. A. 
(2) ; Booklovers (2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

Nelson Varnell 

© Ministerial Association. Scottsboro, Ala. 

Jared Walker 

• Sigma Nu. President Freshman Class (1); 
Masquers (1, 2) ; Y. M. C. A. (1, 2) ; Glee Club 
(1, 2); President Sigma Nu (2). Montgomery, 
Ala. 

Ray Walker 

• Ministerial Association; Glee Club (2) . 
Jackson, Ala. 

Louise Ward 

© Phi Mu. Beauty Parade (1, 2); Alpha 
Epsilon Delta. Panama City, Fla. 

Waverley Watkins 

o Masquers (2); Baseball (1, 2); "H" Club 
(2) . Birmingham, Ala. 

William Weaver 

© Entre Nous Staff (1, 2); Ministerial As- 
sociation, Secretary (2) ; Glee Club (2) ; Interna- 
tional Relations Club (2) ; B. S. U. Council Re- 
porter (2); Ushers Club (2). Talladega, Ala. 

Wilena Williams 

© Alpha Delta Theta. Y. W. A. (2); Y. 
W. C. A. (2); Athens College (1). Haleyville, 
Ala. 

Mary Williamson 
© Chelsea, Ala. 

Billy Wood 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Delta Kappa (1. 1) ; 
Kappa Psi. Birmingham, Ala. 



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James Hayes President 

Rufus Drury Vice-President 

Joyce Brown Secretary 

Auxford Watkins Treasurer 




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George Adams. Marv Frances Adams, Corrie Anderson, Paul 

Anderson 

Edna Earle Barnes, A. J. Beverett, Clarence Barton 

Hobson Bradley. Julion Brannon, Robert E. Brittain, Joyce 

Brown 

Sam Brown. Saranel Burford, Ernest Busby 

Rodwell Calhoun. Thornell Carden, Marvin Carroll, Gene 

Claytor 

H. L. Cobb. Sara Cofield. J. Fred Cole. Jr. 

Willako Collins. Alice Compton, Kathleen Cones, Faye 

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MEMBERS 



George Adams 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Band (1). Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Mary Frances Adams 
e Ragland, Ala. 

Corrie Anderson 

• Phi Mu. Band (1) ; Beauty Parade. Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Paul Anderson 
« Dothan, Ala. 

Edna Earle Barnes 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Albertville, Ala. 

A. J. Beverette 

9 Midland City, Ala. 

Clarence Barton 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Hobson Bradley 

• Center, Ala. 

Julion Brannon 

• Headland, Ala. 

Robert E. Brittain 

• Oneonta, Ala. 

Joyce Brown 

• Delta Zeta. Y. W. C. A.; Beauty Parade; 
Secretary Freshman Class. Birmingham, Ala. 

Sam Brown 

• Ministerial Association. Culman, Ala. 



Saranel Burford 

• Masquers. Birmingham, Ala. 

Ernest Busby 

• Gwin, Ala. 

Rodwell Calhoun 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Delta Kappa. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Thanuell Carden 

o Pi Kappa Phi. Valley Head, Ala. 

Marvin Carroll 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Birmingham, Ala. 

Gene Claytor 

• Delta Zeta. Little Rock, Ark. 

H. L. Cobb 

• Greensboro, Ala. 

Sara Cofield 

• Phi Mu. Birmingham, Ala. 

J. Fred Cole, Jr. 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Willard Collins 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Guntersville, Ala. 

Alice Compton 

• Hanceville, Ala. 

Kathleen Cones 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Faye Connell 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Y. W. C. A. Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 



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William B. Cox. Melba Louisi Crocker, Margaret Sue Denton. 

Sara Dillon 

Jan i Doran, Elizabeth Dowdle, Rufus Driry 

Mary Dunlap, Gilbert Farris. I.awri n< f Floyd. Josfphine 

Fullington 

Mary Ida Gaston, James Gilbert. Gordon GolSON 

William A Grissom. Joanne Gunh, Bn i v Harris. Jambs Hayes 

Virginia Holbrook, Bettyi Holcomb, Robert Hudson 

Ei nici Hi imv Hi'kst. Grady Hutchinson, Dennis 

Ingram 



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William B. Cox 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Springville, Ala. 

Melba Louise Crocker 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Y. W. C. A. Adger, 
Ala. 

Margaret Sue Denton 

© Delta Zeta. Y. W. C. A. Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Sara Dillon 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Jane Doran 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Elizabeth Dowdle 

• Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Rufus Drury 

• Football, Basketball, Baseball. Mobile, Ala. 

Mary Dunlap 

© Alpha Delta Theta. Y. W. A.; Y. W. C. 
A. Hanceville, Ala. 

Gilbert Ferris 

• Kingston, Ala. 

Lawrence Floyd 

© Pi Kappa Alpha. Webb, Ala. 

Josephine Fullington 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Booklovers; Y. W. 
C. A. Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Ida Gaston 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Y. W. A.; Dormitory 
Council; Booklovers. Melbourne, Ala. 



James Gilbert 

© Pi Kappa Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. 

Gordon Golson 

• Football, Baseball. Hueytown, Ala. 

William A. Grissom, Jr. 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Band. Birmingham, Ala. 

Joanne Gunn 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Y. W. C. A. Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Billy Harris 

© Pi Kappa Phi. Birmingham, Ala. 

James Hayes 

© Pi Kappa Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. 

Virginia Holbrooks 

© Glee Club. Birmingham, Ala. 

Bettye Holcomb 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Y. W. C. A. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Robert Hudson 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Eunice Hunt 

• B. S. U. Carterville, Ala. 

Dorothy Hurst 

© Delta Zeta. Leeds, Ala. 

Grady Hutchinson 

© Ministerial Association; Y. W. C. A.; B. 
T. U. Enterprise, Ala. 

Dennis Ingram 

© Theta Kappa Nu. Ashland, Ala. 



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Anaro Johnson, Elmo Johnson, Luer Johnson, Abilene Knight 

Cleo Lambert, Mary Lantrip, John T. Latham 

Ferkbll Lawrence. Mary Lloyd Lbb, Margaret Lindon, Margret 

McClellan 

Marguerite McGraw, Barbara Mason, Bertha Nel Mason 

Lf.roy Mayeield. Martha Merck, Sybil Mallicoat, Nancy Km 

Mitchell 

Verna Mae Mitchell, Waldrop Monday, Rorert Moody 

Huel Morrison, Ulman Moss, Fred Mullins, George G. 

Murrah 



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Anard Johnson 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Chicago, 111. 

Elmo Johnson 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Luer Johnson 

© Ministerial Association; Glee Club. Mount 
Hope, Ala. 

Abilene Knight 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Y. W. A. Fairfield, 
Ala. 

Cleo Lambert 

• Heflin, Ala. 

Mary Lantrip 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Booklovers; Y. W. 
C. A. Birmingham, Ala. 

John T. Latham 

© Kappa Psi. New Market, Ala. 

Ferrell Lawrence 

• Football. Leeds, Ala. 

Mary Lloyd Lee 

• Mt. Willing, Ala. 

Margaret Lindon 

• Dietetics Club; Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers; 
Beauty Parade. Leeds, Ala. 

Margaret McClellan 

• Dietetics Club. Birmingham, Ala. 

Marguerite Mc.Graw 

Beta Sigma Omicron. Birmingham, Ala. 



Barbara Mason 
© Alpha Delta Pi. 

Howard Carnival Princess 
o Birmingham, Ala. 

Bertha Nell Mason 
© Leeds, Ala. 

Leroy Mayfield 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Martha Merck 

• B. S. U. Council. Birmingham, Ala. 

Sybil Mallicoat 

• Valley Head, Ala. 

Nancy Key Mitchell 

o Phi Mu. Y. W. C. A.; Headland, Ala. 

Verna Mae Mitchell 

o Glee Club; Y. W. A.; Student Council. 
Tuscumbia, Ala. 

Waldrop Monday 
© Albertville, Ala. 

Robert Moody 

© Ministerial Association. Fort Payne, Ala. 

Huel Morrison 

© Pi Kappa Alpha. Kappa Psi. Harrison, 
Ark. 

Ulman Moss 

• Ministerial Association. Gordo, Ala. 

Fred Mullins 

• Sigma Nu. Helena, Ala. 

George G. Murrah 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Richland, Ga. 



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Jack Owen. Howard Parker. Mary Ellen Parsons 




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Morgan Peoples. Fred Perel. Bill Pfaef, Olive Posey 




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Tom Rast. Fornix Rbbsb, Ruth Robikis 






Annii Florence Rockett. Francis Rasberry. Nathalie Sanders. 




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Gladys Scott 

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Mm i Smith. Francis Smith. Ruby Kaih:r ni Smith. 


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Elliott Meyerson 

• Theta Kappa Nu. New York City. 

Thomas Norris 

• Grand Bay, Ala. 

Tom Ogle 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. 

Jack Olliphant 

• Sigma Nu. Jacksonville, Fla. 

Jack Owen 

• Dadeville, Ala. 

Howard Parker 

• Pensacola, Fla. 

Mary Ellen Parsons 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Morgan Peoples 

• Member Crimson Staff. Guin, Ala. 

Fred Perel 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Bill Pfaff 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Band. Birmingham, Ala. 

Olive Posey 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Haleyville, Ala. 

Tom Rast 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. 

Forney Reese 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Birmingham, Ala. 

Ruth Roberts 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Y. W. C. A. Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 



Annie Florence Rockett 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Birmingham, Ala. 

Francis Rasberry 

• Ministerial Association; B. S. U. Bay 
Minette, Ala. 

Nathalie Sanders 

• B. S. U; Y. W. C. A.; Beauty Parade; 
Glee Club. Mobile, Ala. 

Gladys Scott 

• Glee Club; Y. W. A. Devotional Chairman. 
Mobile Ala. 

Jack A. Shepard 

• Kappa Psi. Forest, Miss. 

Mary Jo Shaneyfelt 

• Alpha Delta Theta; Y. W. C. A. Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Hiram Shows 

• B. S. U. Council; Ministerial Association. 
Florala, Ala. 

Eddie Merle Smith 

• Glee Club. Birmingham, Ala. 

Frances Smith 

• Alpha Delta Pi. Delta Kappa. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Ruby Katherine Smith 

• Dietetics Club. Birmingham, Ala. 

Ernestine Standifer 

• Gadsden, Ala. 

Wii.odene Stephens 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Y. W. C. A. Birm- 
ingham. 



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Wilodbni Stbphbns, Eleanor Strickland, Jbanbtti Thom 

Margaret Thompson 

Iiiis Thompson, Louise Thompson, Mary Thomasson 

Fred Thrash. W. C. TlDWBLL, Harrv Tim.. John Trammiii 

Ji rome Taubert. Marie Vaughn. Herman Wadi 

Gerald \Yai>i . William J. Wathen. Wayne Wells, Di Lacbi 

Whiti 

Jeffolbne Whitworth, B. C. Willcut. Rai ph Williams 

W. H WILLIAMS, Mary Emily Wishert, Eita VI'orsham, Aaron 

York. Sara Ruth Young 



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CLASS 



MEMBERS 



Eleanor Strickland 

• Delta Zeta. Y. W. C. A.; Dietetics Club; 
W. A. A. Birmingham, Ala. 

Jeanette Thomason 

• Tarrant, Ala. 

Margaret Thompson 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Eleen Thompson 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Louise Thompson 

• Art Club; Booklovers. Gardendale, Ala. 

Mary Thomasson 

• Springville, Ala. 

Fred Thrash 

• Ministerial Association; B. S. U. Heflin, 
Ala. 

W. C. TlDWELL 

• Pi Kappa Alpha. Birmingham, Ala. 

Harry Tiel 

• Rockford, Ala. 

John Trammell 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Birmingham, Ala. 

Jerome Taubert 

• Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Marie Vaughn 

• Alpha Delta Theta. Booklovers; Y. W. C. 
A. Birmingham, Ala. 

Herman Wade 

• Glee Club. Leeds, Ala. 



Gerald Wade 

• Theta Kappa Nu. Birmingham, Ala. 

William J. Wathen 

8 Sigma Nu. Morganfield, Ky. 

Wayne Wells 

o Pi Kappa Phi. Ashford, Ala. 

DeLacee White 

o Alpha Delta Pi. Y. W. C. A. Ensley, 
Ala. 

Jeffolene Whitworth 

Phi Mu. Beauty Parade. Madison, Ala. 

B. C. Willcut 
© Tarrant, Ala. 

Ralph Williams 

• Sigma Nu. New Castle, Ala. 

W. H. Williams 

© Montgomery, Ala. 

Mary Emily Wishert 

• Beta Sigma Omicron. Y. W. C. A.; Beaut/ 
Parade. Birmingham, Ala. 

Elta Worsham 

• Birmingham, Ala. 

Aaron York 

• Pi Kappa Phi. Empire, Ala. 

Sara Ruth Young 

• Birmingham, Ala. 



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"With a ballad to his lady's eyebrow" — 
Wisely has the poet sung for at the rotten 
old age of thirteen I learned that real love 
was in its infancy; so I set out to be the 
greatest lover since Casonova — a fly-by- 
night, sleeping in abandoned church pews 
by day with (also) plenty of pigeons on the 
grass to dispatch by pigeon post my 
jingles to the maidens in my wake (what 
a host). 




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N. I-. Wolff, Brainard Richcarda, lid \hu |oc Gann 

JiMinn Carter, Harold Hill. \^'\,,- Scone, I I Johnson 

Dave Ti I, J alley, Charlei Shinpoclc, ralmadga l*uggl« 

Nathan Schenker, Harrj \n6 Qydc Hubbard Otii Hard) Bruce Little 

Herman Hodgea Ben Browd) I I Burton Waverle) Watlcins, Harlow I ithei 



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COACHES 



RAY DAVIS 



Head football and basketball coach is William 
H. Bancroft, an alumnus of Howard College. 
After having starred in baseball, basketball and 
football for three years in college he took up 
coaching here immediately after graduation in 
1928. He was freshman basketball coach for seven 
years and assistant football mentor. Upon the 
resignation of "Shorty" Prop t in 1935 he was ap- 
pointed head football coach and athletic director. 
Since then he has compiled an enviable record as 
a leader of the Baptist institution's athletic aggre- 
gations. 

One of "Coach Bill's" first moves after he be- 
came athletic director was to appoint one of the 
best line coaches in the South as his assistant. 
Coach Raymond Davis, better known as "Coach 
Ray," is also an alumnus of Howard where he 
played football as one of the best centers in the 
history of the East Side college. Since his advent 
at Howard the college has boasted some of the 
strongest forewall combinations ever to dig cleats 



into the soil out on Berry Field. "Coach Ray" has 
the most effective of teaching tactics. He does 
net merely tell the boys how to handle a s tui- 
tion. He gets in the line position and shows them 
how, and all the football players respect his 
prowess. 

In his three years at Howard Coach Bancroft 
has brought two Dixie Conference championship; 
and narrowly missed bringing the crown to the 
Baptist school for the third consecutive year. 

In his first year at Howard "Coach Bill" had 
very little material with which to work, but as the 
season progressed and the boys gained experience 
they developed winning ways. Howard did not 
lose a single conference game in 1935. Their only 
loss of the year was a non-conference defeat at the 
hands of Mississippi State. Even the powerful 
Crimson Tide from Alabama could not humble 
the Bulldogs. In 1936, although losing one con- 
ference game and tying another, the Bulldogs 
again emerged at the head of the Dixie Conference 



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and VARSITY. 



field to retain their crown. Their lone con- 
ference defeat of the year came after the 
Baptist squad won the loop honors. Chatta- 
nooga won over the Bulldogs 6-0. 

With thirteen lost to the squad through 
graduation Coaches Bancroft and Davis 
opened the 1937 season with slim hopes of 
remaining at the top of the Dixie Conference 
held. However, when the final conference 
scores were written into the books, it was 
found that the Bulldogs had been displaced 
by the slightest of margins. In the final 
game of the season the Baptist team was de- 
feated by the Birmingham-Southern Panthers 
21-20. The Panthers, who had played more 
conference games, took Dixie honors. 

The three-year record in actual games 
won, lost and tied which Coach Bancroft has 
amassed shows that the Bulldogs have won 
17, lost 7 and tied three games under his 
leadership. Of the seven games lost, five 
were to members of the powerful Southeast- 
ern Conference. This gives the Bulldogs the 
remarkable three-year Dixie Conference rec- 
ord of having lost only two games in three 
years. An enviable record for any coaching 
staff. 




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CAPTAIN AND CO-CAPTAIN 

Elected to lead the Bulldogs into battle for 
the 1937 season was N. E. Wolff of Cross- 
villc, Ala. Co-Capt. Herman Hodges of 
Hartford, Ala., was an able understudy in 
the leading duties. 



FIRST TEAM 



Weight, speed and power were exhibited 
by the first-string eleven of the 1937 edition 
of the Howard College Bulldogs. Indi- 
cative of the respect with which the team 
was held was shown in the fact that three 
of the first-string Bulldogs were placed on 
the All-Dixie team by sports writers. 

In the line the Baptists boasted drive, 
power and defensive strength. At the two 
terminal positions Herman Hodges and 



Harold Hill held forth with offensive and 
defensive power. Two giants, Nathan 
Schenker and Talmadge Tuggle, held down 
the tackle posts. At the guards, Harry 
"Red" Anderson and Boyce Stone were great. 
Bill Ross was the starting center. The back- 
field lined up as follows: Joe Gann, quarter- 
back; Clyde White, left halfback; J. T. 
Johnson, right halfback; and George Daugh- 
erty, fullback. 




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SECON D TEAM 



Howard's fine reserves were responsible 
in a large degree for the Bulldogs' 1937 
success. The two end replacements were 
William "Wild Bill" Hammond, a 175- 
pound sophomore from Reform, Ala., and 
Willard Huckaby, 185-pound lad from 
Lafayette. Both were rugged on the de- 
fense and fair pass receivers. Huckaby's 
ruggedness influenced the coaches to shift 
him to tackle where he now plays. On the 
reserve tackle list are two boys who boast 
power and speed. Arthur "Preacher" 
Hayes, 186 pounds, from Greenville, and 
Charley Davis, 184 pounds, from Birming- 
ham. Five men were ready for the 
coaches signal to replace one of the 
guards. They were: Jesse Colley, 185 
pounds, from Troy; Kilburn Elrod, 175, 
from Douglas; Clyde Hubbard, 167, from 
Hartford; Hugh Smith, 163, from Bir- 
mingham; and J. L. Brock, 175, from 



Gadsden. The Bulldogs were three deep 
at center with N. E. Wolff, 184, from 
Crossville, and Murphy Courington, 190, 
from Jasper, ready to step in and fill Big 
Bill Ross' shoes. In the backfield the Bull- 
dogs were blessed with ample reserve ma- 
terial. Halfback replacements were hard, 
shifty runners on the offense and deadly 
tacklers on the defense. Harley Hopkins, 
170, from Hueytown, was kept off the 
first team by injuries, but he filled in as 
a reserve. Bob McGraw, 142, Birming- 
ham; Marvin Crawford, 160, Alexander 
City; and Otis Hardy, 147, Alexander 
City, filled out the halfback men. Bruce 
Little, 158 pounds, Piedmont and Charley 
Shinpock, 165 pounds, from Elkmont, 
fullbacks; and T. A. Windham, 168 
pounds, from Hartford, and Jimmy Car- 
ter, 150 pounds, from Mobile, quarter- 
backs, completed the backfield. 







Senior MEMBERS 



When the final whistle sounded ending 
the annual Battle of the Marne out on 
Legion Field Thanksgiving Day, six men 
on the Bulldog squad doffed their football 
togs permanently. No longer will they 
listen to the stentorian voice of "Coach 
Ray" as he drives them through stiff 
calisthenics drill. No more long trips to- 
gether. These six senior members of the 
football contingent have closed the door 
on one of the happiest phases of their lives. 
As the leader of the 1937 Bulldogs, 
gentlemen, I give you N. E. Wolff, cap- 
tain. Wolff embodied the spirit of the 
entire team and was always willing to do 
anything for the advancement of the in- 
terests of the squad. His self-sacrificing 
character was largely responsible for the 
success of the 1937 team. He had all those 
characteristics of a good leader. Next our 
hats are off to Harold Hill. Hill was one 
of the finest ends ever to snare a pass out 
on Berry Field. His defensive prowess was 
never questioned and as the season pro- 
gressed he proved to the skeptical that he 
was a fine pass receiver. In the Alabama 
game the Crimson Tide tried to circle his 
end for yardage, but found they could 
never get "Bunker" Hill out of the way. 
In the Southwestern game he demonstrated 
his pass catching ability when he took one 
of White's aerials and plunged over for 



what proved to be the winning score. His 
efforts were not to go unrewarded as he 
was picked by sports writers as an All- 
Dixie end. He also received a card of 
merit from the Ail-American Board of 
Football. Step up, "Red," and take a bow. 
Harry "Red" Anderson was one of the 
most amiable chaps on the squad. He was 
well liked by both teammates and students. 
For two years he watched and gained ex- 
perience as a member of the second team. 
In his last year he became one of the best 
linemen on the team. In the goal-line 
stand against Southwestern, he will long 
be remembered. The Lynx drove over his 
position four times and gained a scant 
three yards. J. T. Johnson was one of the 
best defensive halfbacks on the team as 
well as doing some fine leather lugging. 
His pass receiving also placed the Bulldogs 
in scoring position numerous times. The 
hard-luck boy of the squad, Charley Shin- 
pock, was out for the team three years, but 
each year he fell a victim to injuries. He 
was hurt in the opening game this year, 
but served as a capable reserve when 
needed. Last but not least of the seniors is 
Jesse Colley. Plagued by injuries all his 
senior year, Colley was unable to see much 
service as a regular, but he served in a 
valuable capacity as a replacement. 



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Top Row: Colley, Johnson 

Center Row: Hill, Wolff 

Bottom Row: Shinpock, Anderson 



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...Footballs 



W itli the first two opening games of 
the 1937 schedule played against powers 
in the strong Southeastern Conference, the 
Bulldogs were off to a bad start. A large 
group of Howard College fans followed 
their favorite football team to the Cap- 
stone to watch the fifth Rose Bowl edition 
of the Alabama Crimson Tide overwhelm 
the Baptist eleven 41-0. The Bulldogs 
fought gamely throughout, but were over- 
come by superior power. The next Satur- 
day found the Bulldogs again fighting 
vainly in a driving rain against a strong 
Mississippi State team in Starkville, Miss. 
Howard lost their second game of the sea- 
son 38-0. In returning to Dixie Confer- 
ence competition, the Bulldogs won the 
first of five straight games against the 
Mercer Bears, a dark horse in the league. 
In this game the coaches took the wraps 
off of a brilliant halfback in Clyde White 
who tossed the Bears into oblivion with his 
accurate passes. The Saturday after found 
the Baptists winning one of the most thril- 



ling games of the year over the Chatta- 
nooga Moccasins. In the last minute of 
play Marvin Crawford took White's pass 
over the goal line for a 6-0 victory. Spring 
Hill College in Mobile was the next victim 
of the soaring Bulldogs. The Howard 
team took the short jaunt down to Mobile 
and returned with the Badgers' scalp 14-0. 
Crump Stadium in Memphis was the 
scene of the Baptists' most outstanding 
triumph of the season. Clyde White was 
on the tossing end of both of the Bull- 
dog's touchdowns. Harold Hill, All-Dixie 
end, took the first one on the five-yard 
line and plunged over for the first score. 
Joe Gann converted the point after touch- 
down for what proved the margin of vic- 
tory. Herman Hodges took another toss 
over the goal line to cinch the game 13-12. 
Going into the last game of the season 
needing only one game to win the Dixie 
Conference title for the third consecutive 
time, the Bulldogs were thwarted by the 
Birmingham-Southern Panthers 21-20. 




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Top Row: Hammond, Tugqle, Daugherty, Courington 
Bottom Row: Huckaby, Smith, Ross, Hubbard 



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Football 




Top Row: White, Hopkins, Hardy, Stone 
Bottom Row: Hodges, Little, Carter, Windham 



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L E T T E R M E N . . 



Twenty-three men were awarded 
letters at the end of the year for their 
services on the gridiron. These letter- 
men comprise the best of the football 
talent on the Howard College campus. 
All the men who were awarded letters 
at the end of the season were given 
Crimson and Blue jackets. 

Three ends received their letter. 
Herman Hodges, 175 pounds, from 
Hartford, was the regular left end 
during the season and was the most 
valuable pass receiver on the squad. 
His teammates elected him to lead the 
Bulldogs in 1938. Willard Huckaby, 
180 pounds, from Lafayette, and 



Harold Hill, 185 pounds, from Ala- 
bama City, were the other two ends to 
receive recognition. Hill was one of 
the best defensive men in the confer- 
ence and was picked for the first All- 
Dixie team. Nathan Schenker, All- 
Dixie, and Talmadge Tuggle, Huey- 
town colossus, were the only two 
tackles to be awarded their letter. This 
is the second year that Schenker has 
been named to the mythical All-Dixie 
team. Five guards received their let- 
ters. Harry Anderson, 175 pounds, 
from Dothan; Boyce Stone, 184 
pounds, from Albertville; Jesse Colley, 
185 pounds, from Troy; Clyde Hub- 




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Top Row: Schenlcer, Gann, Davis, Brock 
Bottom Row: Elrod, McGraw, Hayes, Wood 



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L E T T E R M E N . . 



bard, 167, from Hartford, and Hugh 
Smith, 163 pounds, from Birming- 
ham. These boys saw plenty of action 
during the year and were always in 
there driving. Two centers on the 
squad received their letters. Captain 
N. E. Wolff, 184 pounds, from Cross- 
ville, and Big Bill Ross, 170 pounds, 
from Roselle Park, N. J. When Nor- 
man Cooper graduated last June the 
coaches were at a loss to find a capable 
center to fill his shoes. Ross was the 
man selected and he did a splendid job 
all season. Eleven backfield men were 
in the line when the letters were given 
out. Harley Hopkins, 170 pounds. 



from Hueytown; J. T. Johnson, 153 
pounds, from Birmingham; Marvin 
Crawford, 160 pounds, from Alex- 
ander City; Clyde White, 157 pounds, 
from Hanceville, and Otis Hardy, 150 
pounds, from Alexander City, were the 
halfbacks so honored. George Daugh- 
erty, 180, from Cleveland, Ohio; 
Bruce Little, 158 pounds, from Pied- 
mont, and Charley Shinpock, 165 
pounds, from Elkmont, were the full- 
backs, and Jimmy Carter, 150 pounds, 
from Mobile; T. A. Windham, 168 
pounds, from Hartford, and Joe 
Gann, 156, from Birmingham, were 
the quarterbacks. 




W I T H tU 




Fayet, Stuart 



FRESHMAN COACHES 

An Important (actor in an] college grid 
machine is the freshman football team. 

I his has been doubly true at Howard 

where the Freshmen serve as practice 
opponents for the varsity <la\ after <la\ 
in the daily scrimmage sessions before 
the scheduled games. The varsity was 
always assured nt a good work-out 
when they went into battle against the 
proteges ol Freshmen coaches Roj 
Fayet and Jim Stuart. Coach Jim and 
Roy were both Howard football stars 
during their undergraduate days. Roth 
deserve much credit tor the success nt 
the Howard varsity team. Their dili- 
gence in seeing to it that the varsity 
was furnished with the highest type of 
opposition lias been an important factor 
in shaping the Howard grid machines. 
As freshmen basketball mentor, Coach 
Jim has turned out some of the finest 
first-year quintets ever to represent the 
Baptist school. 



FRESHMAN ATHLETICS 



Under the apt tutelage of Coaches Jim 
Stuart and Roy "Pooch" Fayet, the Howard 
College Bullpups had one of their most suc- 
cessful seasons on the gridiron. Five college 
games were played, with the first-year men win- 
ning three of them. In the opening game of 
the season the Bullpups took a jaunt down to 
the Capstone to do battle with the junior Crim- 
son Tide. Here it was that they suffered the 
worst defeat of the year. There was too much 
power in the Alabama grid machine and the 
Frosh fell a victim to the Tiders, 26-0. In the 
second game of the year the Bullpups were also 
fighting against heavy odds as they went up 
against the powerful first-year Mississippi State 



squad. However, the tenacious Bullpups 
fought the Maroons to a standstill for 59 min- 
utes of the game. In the last minute of play 
as a direct result of a fumble, the Maroons 
drove through the line for the only score of the 
game to win 6-0. In coming back into their own 
class of competition, the Bullpups met and de- 
feated a surprisingly strong first-year Moccasin 
team from the University of Chattanooga. The 
game was played on Berry Field and considered 
one of the most thrilling of the year. Howard 
came out on the long end of a 13-12 score as 
the result of a converted extra point. St. Ber- 
nard College of Cullman was the next victim 
of the high-flying Bullpups. The Frosh had 



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BULL PUPS... 



something of a field day as Kenneth Morgan, 
Chester Baker, Geroe Hodges and Elvin Man- 
derson ran roughshod over the Bernard team 
to win by the score of 56-0. In their last game 
of the year the Bullpups gained considerable 
revenge on the Birmingham-Southern Panther 
Cubs as they topped off the season with a con- 
vincing 27-0 triumph. The Panther first-year 
men were convincingly humbled as the Bullpups 
turned on the power. The regular freshmen 
line composed of Auxford Watkins, left end; 
Irby Seigler, left tackle; Jack Moore, left 
guard; Gordon Golsen, center; Robert Simmons, 
right guard; Quentin McKee, right tackle; and 
Charles Douglas, right end, was charging the 
Southern backneld men with a vigor that was 
stopping them behind the line of scrimmage. 
The freshmen basketball squad comprised an- 



other winning aggregation on the campus. With 
Dennis Ingram and Kenneth Morgan playing 
forwards; Sam Golman and Eddie Welch play- 
ing guards, and John Bredeson playing center, 
the Bullpups were victorious tilts with a loss of 
only three games. Willard Collins, Rufus 
Drury, Chester Baker and William Heath were 
substitutes. 




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BASKETBALL at 



I loward College's basketball team opened 
the 1938 season against the wot Id champion 
Celtics at the Birmingham City Auditorium. 
The game was well played, but the Bulldogs 
fell victim to the peerless wizardry of the 
Celtics. Following this opening loss to the 
world champions, the Bulldogs won eight 




Left to Right: 
Telford, Burton 
Gurley, Browdy 
Baker, Turner 
White, Burk 5 



straight games which included wins over 
Birmingham-Southern and the Dixie Confer- 
ence champions from Mississippi College. 
The total record for the season included \"> 
wins to 8 losses. Of the eight games lost 
two were to the Celtics. In the city collegiate 
basketball series, the Bulldogs again won the 
title. The first game between the Panthers 
and the Bulldogs took place at the B. A. C. 
where the Baptist quintet humb'ed their cross- 
town rivals 38-33. The Panthers won the 
next game on the Baptist home court 43-3?, 
but the Bulldogs came back to win the next 
two tilts from the Methodists and clinch th: 
city college title. In the local Big Five basket- 
ball conference the Bulldogs were gunning 
for their third consecutive crown. With the 
loss of only one game marked up against 
them they met the Y. M. H. A. team to end 
the season. However, the Jewish boys pulled 
an upset to win a close game over the tired 




HOWARD 



Bulldogs 32-31. This threw the race into a 
three-way tie between the Panthers, Bulldogs 
and Blues. In the playoff Howard elim- 
inated the Y. M. H. A. outfit, but lost one of 
the closest games of the season to Southern, 
thereby failing to defend their two-year title. 
The tilt, which was played at the B. A. C, 
found the lead changing hands at least nine 
times during the game. With Howard 
Burks, flashy forward recovering from an 
ankle injury, the Bulldogs were considerably 
weakened in this game. Anyway, when the 
final whistle blew the Panthers were on the 
long end of the 34-33 score. March 3, 4, 5 
the Bulldogs journeyed down to Mississippi 
College to take part in the Dixie Conference 
basketball tournament. Howard drew the 
Panthers for their first opponents. 



They won rather handily from the Pan- 
thers 34-27 but the victory proved a costly 
one. Howard Burks, in attempting to guard 
the meteoric Eldridge Mote of the Panthers, 
came down on the side of his ankle and was 
removed from further play in the tourna- 
ment. His loss was seriously felt in the next 
game which was played against the Millsaps 
team. After having b;aten the Millsaps team 
earlier in the season, the Bulldogs failed to 
show here and dropped the contest 40-29. 
Members of the team included Brutus Baker, 
center; Howard Burks and James Gurley, 
forwards; Fred Turner and Dave Telford, 
guards. Ben Browdy, Leonard Burton and 
James White were in reserve. The Bulldogs 
were well represented in the first ten of the 
high scorers in the Big Five race. 




BASEBALL 




Top Row: Murnane, Janicki, Smith, Mantell, Chojnowski 

Second Row: Dowdy, Watkins, Heath, Burton, White, Cather 

Bottom Row: Browne, Hopkins, Baker, Wilcox, Telford 



Very few college games were on the 
Howard College baseball schedule for the 
1938 campaign. In the opening games 
of the season Louisiana Polytechnic In- 
stitute was engaged out on Berry Field. 
Howard broke even these two tilts. The 
first game was won 8-2 with Brutus 
Baker, tall right-hander doing the pitch- 
ing for the Baptist nine. However, the 
next game found the Bulldogs unable to 
get their eye on the ball as they fell vic- 
tim to some fine pitching, 4-2. Most of 
the Howard College baseball games were 
scheduled with the strong Birmingham 
City League teams. In these games the 
Bulldogs were victorious in a majority 
of the tilts. The regular line-up for the 



Bulldogs in most of the games was as 



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Welch, 2b; Clyde White, rf; Leonard 
Burton, cf; Harley Hopkins, If; Wayne 
Dowdy, lb; Joe Gann, 3b; Elvin Man- 
derson, c; with either Bruce Little, Bru- 
tus Baker, John Bredeson, Sam Golman, 
James White or Charles Bell doing the 
twirling. Other members of the squad 
include Waverley Watkins, catcher-out- 
fielder; Howard Burks and W. C. Tid- 
well, utility players. In Eddie Welch 
and Harlow Cather, the Bulldogs had 
one of the finest double-play combina- 
tions in the city. Welch was also one of 
the leading hitters on the team. 



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"Then a soldier" — A soldier was I, and 
every other inch a gentleman — "with 
many strange oaths" and a few new ar- 
rangements of some of the old faithful 
ones. I was "jealous in honor" until the 
senate investigated me. After that, I had 
to be content with a five hundred a month 
bonus. Sure, I was guilty as sin, but you're 
not half so good a man as I, Gunga Din. 



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The six most beautiful co-eds at Howard 
College were selected by a jury of five 
noted Hollywood personalities who are 
shown in the photograph below. Selected 
in the order named were Louise Ward. 
Nathalie Sanders, Margaret Lindon, 
Mary Emily Wishart, Corrie Anderson 
and Maxie Floyd. These six were selected 
from a group of twelve chosen at the an- 
nual Beauty Parade held last fall. The 
jury spent two hours in selecting the 
Howard Beauties so that just considera- 
tion might be given to all twelve. 



Russell Patterson, internationally fa- 
mous artist; Leroy Printi, Paramoun! 
dance director and authority on fem- 
inine beauty; George Burns, Gracie 
Allen and Betty Grable, prominent 
motion picture stars, judge the 
beauties. 




Misj Ward is a native of Panama City, 

Florida. She won first place in the judging 

and is a member of Phi Mu sorority. 



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in the judging. She is a non-sorority mem- 
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Miss Lindon comes from Leeds, Alabama. 

to Howard. She is a non-sorority member 

and captured third place in the beauty 

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Miss Wishart took fourth place in the con- 
test. She is a native of Birmingham and is 
a member of Beta Sigma Omicron sorority. 



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Miss Anderson comes from Birmingham and 

took fifth place in the judging. She is a 

member of Phi Mu sorority. 



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Miss Floyd took six+S place in the beauty 
contest. She is a native of Birmingham and 
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At JlcxWGld 



A trio of Pi Kappa Phi's just taking it easy 
. . . Just the Alpha Delta Theta's some six 
strong . . . Bill Sims, the pride of Sigma Nu 
. . . Trimm, the student prexy, doing a little 
problem solving . . . Eros Langston and we 



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der who? . . . An A. L. T. hard at work 



-sleeping . . . "Shorty" Walker of T. K. N. 



. Oh Boy! You can tell they are Phi 



Mu's . . . Those B .S. O.'s are hard to be at. 



The Alpha Delta Pi's really get together 
when they make a picture . . . We wonder 
why "Big" Johnson is talking to Professor 
Nehls? . . . The P. K. A.'s enjoy the snow 
. . . Ditto burning the midnight oil . . . Dr. 
Bliss, how you do rate . . . "Butch" Rodgers 



and another at the Pi K. A. house . . . The 



A. L. T. house . . . We have an idea those 



Theta Kappa Nu's are not studying despite 
appearances . . . Mildred Massey, an Alpha 



Delta Theta, doesn't mind a little snow battle. 



PERSONALITIES 

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SNAPSHOTS AROUND HOWARD 

ol PofUilaA. Students 



Our arch as seen from Underwood Avenue . . . The 
.Up ha Epsilon Delta float in the Howard-Southern pa- 
rade . . . Vaughn, Johnson and Lantrip, certainly a 
homogeneous group . . . The hand marching down 20th 
St. . . . Just a group on the steps of Main . . . Cow gill 
and Robinson, a likely pair . . . The Pi K.A's "goofing" 
around . . . Dr. Seal the woodchopper himself at the 
old stand in Villa Rica, Georgia . . . Telford and Ogle 



posing . . . A nice place to sit if you don't fall off . . . 
Just two gals sitting in the grass . . . The "H" Club 
initiation 1937 model . . . "Just Studying" . . . We see 
you, little Lucas . . . One of the floats offered in the 
parade . . . Campus view, long range . . . A campus four- 
some . . . Miss Dixie Conference and her throne . . . 
The "H" Club initiation 1938 model . . . A morning 
conference on the steps of Main . . . The A.D. Pi float 
in the parade. 



SNAPSHOTS AROUND HOWARD 



Jack Kelser unlimbering the old right "wing" . . . 
Just a float honoring the Howard Champs . . . Kelser 
watches a bit too intently . . . Bill Jeffers plus a Auburn 
full of beauties . . . From left to right, foot, face, foot 
. . . The Phi Mu and A.D Pi houses . . . Ye old team 
in street clothes . . . Oh yes! We recognize Borland, 
Bryant and Sims . . . Massingill and Bryant campus 
coursing . . . Yea! Chemistry . . . The shady walk 



. . . An arch group . . . Jack Thompson, the distin- 
guished treasurer . . . Dunnam and Mongle, ye old editor 
and business manager of the Entre Nous in their "office" 
. . . Nice P. K. A. trophies which were later melted in the 
fire . . . Hodges walks off the field . . . Jack Thompson 
does an end around end in a touch game . . . Decorating 
the arch — humanly . . . "Red" and Earnestine . . . A 
float as anyone may see . . . Self-explanatory . . . Also 
a float. 





SNAPSHOTS AROUND HOWARD 



"That flag which we didn't win . . . Baxley and Shafer 
about to discover something . . . A nice boat ride on 
East Lake . . . We hope Murnane got it lighted . . . 
Dr. Bliss himself . . . A P. K. A. group in the snow . . . 
Some campus "scenery" . . . More campus scenery but 
less interesting than the foregoing . . . All aboard for 
the football war ahead . . . Recitation Hall "B" which 
incidentally held our "office" . . . A pharmacy phour- 
some . . . Janicki, the perfect knight-errant . . . A morn- 



ing rush to classes . . . Anne Jo Ryan and Glenn Stewart 
ready to go on with the show . . . Rod Calhoun takes a 
sun-snow bath . . . A group on the Science Hall steps 
. . . John Otho Black, the eminent college mailman . . . 
Stickles thinks it's quite funny anyway . . . Another float 
. . . Billy Reynolds himself . . . We recognize Edna 
Earle Barnes, the Alberlrillc blondy . . . A nice gain 
in touch . . . Eastlaking . . . Sigma Nu got a bit gran- 
diose in the parade . . . Dr. Neal in the parade. 



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SNAPSHOTS AROUND HOWARD 



A freshman is paid off . . . A. D. Pi's waiting for? . . . 
A. D. T. float . . . The Masquers in action . . . Two 
distinguished Masquers just out of class . . . Pharmacy 
Lab . . . The famous Howard string band . . . Stickles 
asks for a date . . . Arminda Howell poses in the snow 
. . . Shafer's day to shine . . . Dr. Bliss again . . . 
Athletic pyramid . . . Those Phi Mu's look alright . . . 



The one, the only, the original, Henry Anderton gab- 
bing with Glenn Stewart . . . Ed Strickland gets free 
ride . . . Holcomb, Colley and Powell . . . Yankee Boys 
. . . That's a Model T in the background in case you 
couldn't guess . . . P. K. A. float . . . "Red" Anderson 
de-thatches a freshman . . . Southern's Band Howard 
style . . . The B. S. O. float. 




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"The Justice — full of wise saws and 
modern instances" — 'Twas rumored I 
spoke "an infinite deal of nothing" from 
my seat on the bench — even surprising 
myself with account of my experiences 
and daring. I told these tales for my own 
amazement. "A piece of twisty rag and 
a goat skin water bag was all the eguip- 
ment that I had — " When you think of 
me, think of one who snatched at life 
when he was young for the life I led would 
make your blood run fast. Oh! you're a 
college student. Fine $50 for speeding. 




Douglas Walker, J. W. Grooms, Jesse Hall Colley, Charles Shinpock, Charles Sharpe 
Joe Mongle, Aubrey Miller, Nason Keltum, William Walker 



MEN'S PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 






Officers 

Douglas Walker President 

Euel Johnson lice-President 

Jesse Hall Colley Secretary 

William Walker Treasurer 

Representatives 

Alpha Lambda Tau Douglas Walker, J. W. Grooms 

Sigma Nu Jesse Hall Colley, Charles Shinpock 

Pi Kappa Phi Charles Sii \ri\ Klel Johnson 

Pi Kappa Alpha JOE MONGLE, Al BREY Mil I t u 

Theta Kappa Nu Nason Kelli m, William Walker 



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( Ieorge Cowgill 
President 

A i br] ■> Miller 
Vice-President 

Joi Jordan 

St a, lary 
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PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Alpha Pi GltGupiesi 

Faculty Members 
Roy E. Fai i r I )k. R. J. Taylor 

Class of 1938 

Stanley Duff Birmingham, Alabama 

Joe Mongle Holston, Virginia 

Benton Sh whr Birmingham, Alabama 

Charles Griffith Birmingham, Alabama 

George Rodgers West Point, Kentuckj 

Cecil Gayler Irondale, Alabama 

Class of 1939 

I.. W. FADELEY Birmingham, Alabama 

Dan Murnane Birmingham, Alabama 

Joe Jordan Mobile, Alabama 

Dave Telford Scottsboro, Alabama 

Class of 1940 

Percy Smith Birmingham, Alabama 

L. C. Robinson Birmingham, Alabama 

I'i gene Smith Birmingham, Alabama 

George Cowgili Birmingham, Alabama 

Joi-: ( Iomperts Birmingham, Alabama 

Aubrey Miller Leeds, Alabama 

Billy Wood Birmingham, Alabama 

Odia Pesneli Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 1941 

Bill Pfaff Birmingham, Alabama 

George Groff Birmingham, Alabama 

Tom Ogle Birmingham, Alabama 

Rodwell Calhoi n Birmingham, Alabama 

George Mi rr\h Richland, Georgia 

William Grissom Birmingham, Alabama 

William Tidweli Birmingham, Alabama 

I'd Dozier Birmingham, Alabama 

Lawrence Floyd Webb, Alabama 

Hi el Morrison Harrison, Arkansas 

George Adams Birmingham, Alabama 

Tom Rast Birmingham, Alabama 

James Hayes Birmingham, Alabama 




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Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia March 1, 1868. 
Alpha Pi Chapter was established in 1911. The fraternity colors are garnet 
and old gold and the flower is the lily-of-the-valley. "Dream Girl of Pi K. 
A." is the song. The fraternity publication is called "The Shield and 

Diamond." 



George Adams, Rodwell Calhoun, George Cowgill, Stanley Duff, L. W. Fadeley, Lawrence Floyd 

Cecil Gayler, Joe Gomperts, Charles Griffith , William Gnssom, George GrofT, James Hayes 

Joe Jordan, Aubrey Miller, Joe Mongle, Huel Morrison, George Murrah, Dan Murnane 

Tom Ogle, Bill PfafT, Odie Pesnell, Tom Rast, L. C. Robinson, George Rodgers 
Eugene Smith, Percy Smith, Benton Shafer, Dave Telford, W. C. Tidwell, Billy Wood 




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J. W. Grooms 

President 

Eros Langston 
Secretary 

Douglas Walker 

Treasurer 



Class of 1938 

Douglas Walker Cuba, Alabama 

N. E. Wolff Crossville, Alabama 

Class of 1939 

Julius McIlwain Pascagoula, Mississippi 

Eros Langston Bessemer, Alabama 

J. W. Grooms Birmingham, Alabama 

Webb Wei.i.s Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 1940 

W. C. Rose Birmingham, Alabama 

Fred Key Parrish, Alabama 

AlsE'V Pratt Centerville, Alabama 

Judson Gladney Hanceville, Alabama 

GROSS THORNTON Birmingham, Alabama 

Tommy Methvin Birmingham, Alabama 

Edgar Glaze Bessemer, Alabama 

Class of 1941 

James Brown Birmingham. Alabama 

L. B. Riddle Columbiana, Alabama 




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Alpha Lambda Tau was founded at Oglethorpe University in 1916. Eta 
Chapter was established in 1926. The fraternity colors are gold and black, 
the flower the American Beauty rose. The "Alpha Lambda Tau Rose Leaf" 

is the publication. 



Judson Gladney, J. W. Grooms, Fred Key, Eros Langston 

Julius Mcllwam, Tommy Methvin. Alsey Pratt. Walter Rose 

Gross Thornton, Douglas Walker, William Wells, N. E. Wolff 




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PI KAPPA PHI 

Alpha &ta QUcupie/i 



Dr. T. V. Neal 



Faculty Members 

Dr. \\ t . E. Prescott, Jr. 



OFFICERS 

El I I. JOH NSON 

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Job 1 1 1 vley 

St 1 1 1 tary 

( li.i \ \ Perry 

/'// usurer 
Edgar Thompson 

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Class of 1938 

Ch \ri.i s Sh vrp Birmingham, Alabama 

Howard WEAVER Decatur, Alabama 

El ii. Johnson Tarrant, Alabama 

Class of 1939 

Edgar Thomas Tuscumbia, Alabama 

GLENN Perry West Blocton, Alabama 

Class of 1940 

Roy Payne Dora, Alabama 

A i brey Hunt Brent, Alabama 

Billy Burns Talladega, Alabama 

Tom Jones Valley Head, Alabama 

Homer Bagley Anniston, Alabama 

Frank Bryan Livingston, Alabama 

Joe Healey Birmingham, Alabama 

Ed Nolen Birmingham, Alabama 

W\ \tt Pope Brantley, Alabama 

Class of 1941 

Aaron York Empire, Alabama 

Wayne Wells Ashford, Alabama 

Henri Cobb Greensboro, Alabama 

Willard Collins Guntersville, Alabama 

Robert Battenslag Birmingham, Alabama 

Truett Hai.i Coffceville, Alabama 

M vrvin Carroli Birmingham, Alabama 

Thanuell Carden Valley Head. Alabama 



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Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the College of Charleston in 1904. Alpha 
Eta Chapter was established in 1925. The fraternity colors are gold and 
white and the flower a red rose. The publication is "The Star and Lamp." 



Homer Bagley, Frank Bryan, Thornwell Carden, Marvin Carroll, Henry Cobb 

Willard Collins, Truett Hall, Aubrey Hunt, Tom Jones 

Roy Payne, Glenn Perry, Charles Sharp 

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Class of 1938 

Jesse Hall Colley Troy, Alabama 

William Reynolds Birmingham, Alabama 

Alfred Trimm Glen Allen, Alabama 

Campbell Kidd Birmingham, Alabama 

Charles Shinpock Elkmont, Alabama 

William Jeffers Birmingham, Alabama 

William Sims Birmingham, Alabama 

Edwin Welch Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 1939 

John Prescott Birmingham, Alabama 

Henry Anderton Birmingham, Alabama 



OFFICERS 

| \rei> Walker 
President 

Ji ssi | [all Colley 

In / -President 

Cecil King 

St ' 1 1 Idly 

Robert Davie 

Treasurer 



Class of 1940 

Cecil King Birmingham, Alabama 

Howard KlRKLAND Leeds, Alabama 

Cn VRLES Clark Wetumpka, Alabama 

Robert Davie West Blocton, Alabama 

Harold Ferris Atlanta, Georgia 

Charles MuLLINS Helena, Alabama 

I ac k Kelser Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 1941 

Jack Olliphant Jacksonville, Florida 

William Wathen Birmingham, Alabama 

Ralph Williams New Castle, Alabama 

Fred Mi i.i.ins Helena, Alabama 




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Sigma Nu was founded at V. M. I. in 1869. In 1879 Iota Chapter was 

established. The fraternity colors are gold, black and white. The flower 

is the white rose and the publication "The Delta." 



Charles Clark, Jesse Colley, Roberr Davie, Harold Ferris, Bill Jeffers 

Jack Kelser, Campbell Kidd, Cecil King, Howard Kirkland, Fred Mullins 

Jack Olliphant, Billy Reynolds, Charles Shinpock, William Sims, Alfred Tnmm 

Jared Walker, William Wathen, Edwin Welch, Ralph Williams 




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Faculty Member 
John Rogers 



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William Walker 
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Kilmichael, Mississippi 
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Class of 1939 

Harvey Johnson Chicago, Illinois 

William Thomas Scottsboro, Alabama 

Sidney Ballard Stevenson, Alabama 

Howard Chojnowskj Ensley, Alabama 



Class of 1940 

William Beli Townley, Alabama 

John Shores Carbon Hill, Alabama 

Edwin Janicki Cleveland, Ohio 

Robert Chester He-mis, 1 Cm 



OFFICERS 

Willi \m W \i.ker 
President 

1 1 VRVEY Johnson 
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Willi wi Thom \s 

Seen lary 

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Class of 1941 

Forney Reese Birmingham, Alabama 

John Trammell Birmingham, Alabama 

Anard Johnson Chicago, Illinois 

Gerald Wade Birmingham, Alabama 

Bolin Cox Springville, Alabama 

Elliott Meyerson New York, New York 

Dennis Ingram \shland, Alabama 




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1919. It was nationalized in 1924. The fraternity colors are black, crim- 
son and silver, and the flower is the white rose. The publication is the 

"Theta News." 



Sidney Ballard, William Bell, Robert Chester 

Howard Chojnowski, William Cox, Dennis Ingram, Edwin Janicki 

Avard Johnson, Harvey Johnson, Nason Kellum 

Elliott Myerson, Forney Reese, John Shores, William Thomas 

John Trammell, Gerald Wade, William Walker 



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Howard College, all of which play 
an important part in the social life 
of the institution. They are housed 
in their own buildings; trim, colonial 
style affairs, edging the campus. The 
five are Phi Mu. Alpha Delta Theta, 
Delta Z.eta. Beta Sigma Omicron. 
and Alpha Delta Pi. The sororities 
have motives other than mere social 
gatherings for themselves, such, for 
example, as entertaining distin- 
guished guests or bringing such to 
the campus as has been done several 
times, holding forums on pertinent 
subjects and assisting the Dean of 
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Looney Bentley, Bede Davies, Kathenne Carlisle, Esther Jane Wood, Mary Warren 



WOMEN'S PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



Officers 

Doris Smith President 

Margaret Hendrix Vice-President 

Bede Davies Secretary 

Evelyn MuRPHREE Treasurer 

Members 

Phi Mu Anne Joe Ryan, Mildred Lawrence 

Alpha Delta Pi DORIS Smith, ROBBIE OwiNGS 

Delta Zeta MARGARET HENDRIX, LoONEY BENTLEY 

Beta Sigma Omicron Bede Davies, (Catherine Carlisle 

Alpha Delta Theta ESTHER JANE Wood, MaRY WaRREN 



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Elizabeth 1 [olcomb 
President 

Arlene Patterson 

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Mildred L vwrence 
S< - retary 

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Corrie Anderson — The answer to a young man's prayer. * Mar:e 
Bass — All A's and a pleasing personality; that's Marie. * Sarah 
Cofield — The Psychology Shark. * Sara Farley — Sarah has the smile 
that all the Phi Mu "cutie pies" are alleged to have. # Lydia Haisten — 
Lydia goes in for scientific things such as Harold Baxley, for instance. * 
Elizabeth Holcomb — An original CP (cutie pie) . * Frances Johnson 
— Frances believes little girls should be seen and not heard (except when 
called upon). * Mildred Lawrence — Blond little "Diddy" is angling 
for Miss Bozenhard's place as instructor in badminton. How about it, 
Diddy? * Marie Lindsey — Hi Recie. "Please sign your check, if you 
haven't already." * Margaret Maxwell— I say, Margaret, how do you 
get all those questions answered in class? ° Nancy Key Mitchell — The 
"Key" to some man's heart (rather sour I admit) . " Helen Moose — 
We always did admire your indifference in Education classes. w Evelyn 
Murphree — We hear you, Pi Kappa Phi. * Arlene Patterson — Not 
supercilious, just dignified. ° Evelyn Riddle — It takes Evelyn to wear 
that French out. * Anne Joe Ryan — Antique? She's interested in 
them we mean. * Frances Sparks — "Sparky. * Frances Strock — 
To Verbena we will go. * Jeffolene Whitworth — The P. K. A. 
Dream Girl, or something. * Louise Ward — A fancier of jewelry, Pre- 
Med and John Prescott. 



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Phi Mu Sorority was founded at Wesleyan College, March 4, 1852. Alpha 

Gamma Chapter was founded at Howard College, October 23, 1924. The 

sorority colors are rose and white, and its flower the Enchantress Carnation. 

The publication of Phi Mu is the "Agla ia." 



Corrie Anderson, Marie Bass, Sara Cofield, Sara Farley, Lydia Haisten 
Elizabeth Holcomb, Frances Johnson, Mildred Lawrence, Marie Lindsay, Margaret Maxwell 
Nancy Key Mitchell, Helen Moore. Evelyn Murphree, Arlene Patterson, Evelyn Riddle 
Anne Joe Ryan. Frances Sparks, Frances Strock, Jeffolene Whitworth. Louise Ward 




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Doris Smith 
President 

Merle McCarty 
Vice-President 

Loi I si-: McCoNNELL 
Sea etary 

Dorothy Locki i i 
Tn usurer 



Bebe Anderson — Could we have your autograph? * Jean Baker — 
Jean is interested in Dietetics but of course internes can help make it very 
interesting. * Edna Earle Barnes — The Albertville blonde who goes 
in for new Oldsmobile cars. * Martha Childers — Truly, a member of 
the House of Childers. * Doris Corbett — Not everybody gets two 
"Icings" to bid from. * Elizabeth Davis — Always "shadowed" by Jeanne 
Martin. * Ozelle Deason — The "ideal one" so-called. * Betty Hol- 
comb — Holcomb, you are in Psychology, Bettye? (Ouch.) * Dorothy 
Lockett — Nice in Mexico, they say. * Jeanne Martin — Always shad- 
owed" by Elizabeth Davis. * Barbara Mason — How is the "prexy," 
Barbara? * Merle McCarty — She's interested in the history of the west 
and a certain football player, it is said. * Louise McConnell — You 
should never lack for boy friends, which is our way of paying a compliment. 
* Ruth Oliver — Ruth lets no grass grow under her feet. * Robbie 
Owings — How far is it to Centerville? * Doris Smith — Doris, you 
should have a sizable scrap book by now. * Frances Smith — Frances is 
very broad-minded, especially in connection with our rival, Birmingham- 
Southern. * Mary George Walthall — A distinguished name for a 
rather distinguished person. * Mary Jane Watkins — We always waited 
with great anticipation for you to answer roll call. * De Lacee White — 
As gracious looking as her first name sounds. 






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Chapter was founded at Howard College in 1919. The sorority colors are 
blue and the flower is the violet. The publication of Alpha Delta Pi is the 

"Adelphean." 



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Bebe Anderson, Jean Baker, Edna Earle Barnes, Martha Childers, Doris Corbett 

Elizabeth Davis, Ozelle Deason, Betty Holcomb, Dorothy Lockett, Jeanne Martin 

Barbara Mason, Merle McCarty, Louise McConnell, Ruth Oliver, Robbie Owings 

Doris Smith, Frances Smith, Mary George Walthall, Mary Jane Watkins, DeLacee White 




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Jeannetti Amberson 
President 

Beatrice Davies 
Vice-President 

EvERI in C'r VIG 
Seen tary 

Loi isr Johnson 

lii nsurer 



Jeannette Amberson — Jeanncttc has a preference for one type of green 
olive. * Kathrine Carlisle — Why a "K" instead of a "C" in your first 
name? * Faye Connell — Faye supports Howard football during the 
week and the University of Alabama over the week-ends. * Mar on 
Cowden — Marion is sweet and unobtrusive, it is said. * Everett Craig 
— "Fritzie" likes the "H" Club dances, especially the last one. * Mel3a 
Louise Crocker — An intriguing first name ° Bede Davies — We wonder 
why an ace basketball player would be swapping pins? * Elizabeth 
Dowdle — We want her for our secretary. Max e Floyd — The amiable 

cashier who can take your money with the greatest of ease. * Gwendolyn 
Griffith — Gwendolyn is being very wise in following in the footsteps of 
her sister. * Louise Johnson — Louise, how about telling us how you 
rate all those Greek letters. * Abilene Knight — She goes in for Georgia 
Tech banners. * Marguerite McGraw — "Tillie," though a student at 
Howard, she has a fondness for West End. Cathryn McKibbon — Beg 
pardon, Cathryn? * Elizabeth Riddick — Is "Beth" Hollywood bound? 
* Ruth Roberts — We wonder why Ruth objects to Sigma Chi dances at 
Auburn, because they are lots of fun. * Annelle Smith — One of the 
Smith girls. * Marie Smith — Ditto. * Wilodene Stephens — Nice 
going, Wilodene. We like your euphonious name. * Mary Emily Wis- 
hart — How is Leeds, Mary? 




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Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority was founded at the University of Missouri, 
December 12, 1888. Beta Beta Chapter was founded at Howard College 
in 1933. The sorority colors are pink and ruby, and the flowers are Rich- 
mond and Killarney roses. The publication of Beta Sigma Omicron is the 

"Urn." 



Jeannette Amberson, Kathryn Carlisle, Faye Connelle, Marion Cowden, Everette Craig 

Melba Louise Crocker, Bede Da vies, Elizabeth Dowdle, Maxie Floyd, Gwendolyn Griffith 

Louise Johnson, Abilane Knight, Marguerite McGraw, Cathryn McKibbon, Elizabeth Riddick 

Ruth Roberts. Annelle Smith. Marie Smith, Wilodene Stephens, Mary Emily Wishart 




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LOONEY DODD BENTLEY 
President 

M VRGARET I I ENDRLX 
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FR wi i s 1 lor, \\ 
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R] HI CC \ I Fnderwood 
Treasurer 



Gladys Allen — "Charlie," always laughing, is the popular young lady 
who rates with Pi Kappa Phi. * Looney Bentley — The acknowledged 
leader of her sorority, she prefers Pi K. A. for her Greek letters. * Lynette 
Borland — The Delta Zeta "charm" girl. * Joyce Brown — Joyce has 
influence with her personality. * Jappie Bryant — A kingdom, a king- 
dom for a "king." * Gene Claytor — I say, Gene, can you play a "ba- 
zooka" or do they have them in Little Rock? * Elizabeth Coffey — No- 
body can accuse Coffey of being "weak" (pardon us) . * Dorothy Cole 
— Howard is better than Jacksonville, eh Dorothy? * Margaret Sue 
Denton — Our "Suzie" who is a lover of music and fun. * Mildred 
Downs — The attractive brunette, thinks the Howard faculty is the nicest 
of its kind. * Virginia Fisch — "Fishie" attended Montevallo two years 
and then came to Howard as a Dietetics major. * Marion Headley — 
Really a true Southerner even to her drawl. She can also "parlez-vous." 

* Margaret Hendrix — Margaret should be charged with grand larceny 
because she took everything in the way of honors that Howard offered. 
Frances Hogan — A rugged individualist if there ever was one. * Dorothy 
Hurst — Tell us how you keep that sweet disposition. * Mary Malone 
— We like Mary very much even though she does play pranks on us. * 
Sue Millerons — Distinctive — very. The last name we mean. * Ada 
Powell — Ada is a member of the "Powerful Powells" except in Psychology. 

* Frances Ray — The Deanna Durbin of Howard. * Lucy Rucker — 
Little Lucy who would think nothing of dating two boys at the same time. 

* Eleanor Strickland — Eleanor is the pleasant brunette who is fond of 
Dietetics. We wonder why? * Rebecca Underwood — Besides her music, 
Rebecca answers the questions that other people miss. 




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Delta Zeta Sorority was founded at Miami University in 1902. Alpha Pi 
Chapter was founded at Howard College in 1924. The sorority colors are 
old rose and vieux green and the flower is the Killarney rose. The publica- 
tion of Delta Zeta is tf The Lamp." 



Glayds Allen, Looney Bentley, Lynette Borland, Joyce Brown 

Jappie Bryant, Gene Clay tor. Elizabeth Coffey 

Dorothy Cole, Margaret Sue Denton, Mildred Downs, Virginia Fisch 

Marion Headley, Margaret Hendrix 

Frances Hogan, Dorothy Hurst, Mary Malone, Sue Millerons 

Ada Powell, Frances Ray, Lucy Rucker, Eleanor Strickland, Rebecca Underwood 




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Pi GUapieA, 



Faculty Member 
Mrs. Bertha Severin Frost 



OFFICERS 

Esther Jam: Wood 
President 

Mary Warren 

I a i -President 

Jean La Rue 

Si ■ 1 1 lary 

Elizabeth Morton 

Marshal 



Lillian Albright — A nice dancer, also a resident of Hanceville. * 
Gussie Burton — The "hello-girl" who wears a nice smile for all of us, 
not to say a person named Jake. * Elizabeth Cross — You wouldn't 
know Elizabeth was around unless you heard the roll called * Mary 
Dunlap — Another Hanceville Gal. * Harriet Esco — Mr. Nehls' stooge 
but a nice girl at that. * Josephine Fullington — A trucker from away 
back. * Mary Ida Gaston — Mary won the Freshmen contest for girls, 
which isn't bad for the Florida gal. * Joanne Gunn — We'll resist making 
a pun this time. * Margaret G. Hollingsworth — Margaret has much 
poise and is very neat. Someone else thought so, too, so now she is Mrs. 
Hollingsworth. * Lillian Jones — One of the Jones girls. Ha, we fooled 
you. * Mary Lantrip — She likes fullbacks on the football team. * 
Janice Macon — The eminent pharmacy student who never lacks for dates. 
* Mildred Massey — Mildred "most girl" who was the beauty for Pan- 
Hellenic, is a heart breaker. * Elizabeth Morton — The super blond 
of Alpha Delta Theta. * Olive Posey — A major in music! Imagine. * 
Annie Florence Rockett — A secret sorrow has Annie interested in 
Florida. * Helen Roberts — Helen, does your hair ever get mussed up 
when driving in, "Little Howard?" * Mary Jo Shaneyfelt — Mrs. Oben- 
chain has a new assistant. What about it, Mary Jo? * Lillian Jane 
Smith — Lillian should begin a class in cheerleading. * Marie Vaughn — 
A shadow for Mary Lantrip. * Mary Warren — We aren't the only 
ones who think Mary is sweet. # Wilena Williams — Wilena meet 'em 
all (classes, we mean). * Esther Jane Wood — She goes in for honors, 
too. * Sarah Ruth Young — Sarah threatens to be a lawyer of no mean 
ability. 



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Pi Chapter was founded at Howard College in 1929. The sorority colors 

are turquoise blue, silver and scarlet, and the flower is the sweet pea. The 

publication of Alpha Delta Theta is "Portals." 



Lillian Albright, Gussie Burton, Elizabeth Cross, Mary Dunlap 

Harriet Esco, Josephine Fullington, Mary Ida Gaston 

Jo Anne Gunn, Margaret G. Hollinsworrh, Lillian Jones, Mary Lantrip 

Janice Macon, MiMred Massey, Elizabeth Morton 
Olive Posey, Annie Florence Rockett, Helen Roberts, Mary Jo Shaneyfelt 

Lillian Jane Smith, Marie Vaughn 
Mary Warren, Wilena Williams, Esther Jane Wood, Sarah Ruth Young 







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ACTIVITIES 
ACT VI 
















"And his voice turning again toward 
childish treble" — A bony faced portrait 
on the dining room wall; yet there was a 
rift of blue bird weather through a rent in 
rainy skies when the funny paper came. 
And it was bong, bong, bong, as my 
heart rang like a gong when the circus 
came to town. I'm going, going; I wish 
I were gone. 











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The student council has the responsible job of supervising the business 
affairs of the student body. The president of the student body who is 
elected by popular vote, presides over the meetings of the council. The 
representatives in the student council are elected from their respective 
classes at the rate of four from the senior class, three from the junior class, 
two from the sophomore class and one from the freshman class. In the 
picture are Alfred Trimm, Eros Langston, Louise Johnson, Charles Barnes, 
Edmond Strickland, Anne Joe Ryan, Rose Tombrello, Ellen Ruth Isbell. 
Brutus Baker, Jeanne Martin, Verna Mae Mitchell, Alsey Pratt, Benton 
Shafer. Jack Thompson and D. C. Stringfellow are not shown. 



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THE ENTRE NOUS 

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The Entre Nous is the annual pub- 
lication of Howard College. Essentially, 
its object is to portray the life and ac- 
tivities of the groups composing the unit 
known as "Howard College." To the 
greater or lesser degree that it does ac- 
complish this is its success measured. In 
this issue we have endeavored to make 
it as representative as possible of all 
groups and members of the student body 
and faculty who co-operated with us. If 
some are missed, it is not necessarily our 
fault. However, we are aware of the 
shortcomings of the book and can only 
beg some condescension on your part. 
The Entre Nous has been an integral 
part of Howard College from the stand- 



point of publications, and will probably 
continue to be the dominating periodical 
of the college group. The factors that 
make it the dominant publication is in- 
herent in ourselves. We want something 
to look back upon as a record of our days 
in college. The college annual is usually 
looked at as the "record." We hope 
this annual has recorded enough ma- 
terial to be of interest many years from 
now. If it hasn't, we will deem it to have 
failed in the main objective of all an- 
nuals. But, enough of such "carrying 
on." If you get even a little bit of fun 
out of what we have done here, we shall 
be amply rewarded. 





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EDITORIAL STAFF 

HAROLD DUNNAM Editor-in-Chief 

Elizabeth Coffey Assistant Editor 

Arminda Howell Assistant Editor 

Marie Lindsay Assistant Editor 

William Weaver Assistant Editor 

f. C. Adams Assistant Editor 

William Stickles Assistant Editor 

Norman Massingill Assistant Editor 

MANAGERIAL STAFF 

Joe Mongle Business Manager 

Dan MURNANE Assistant 

Charles Sharpe Assistant 

J. C. Adams Assistant 




Harold Dunnam 
Joe Mongle 



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The editor and the business manager wish to thank the members of the 
staff for their assistance in getting up the material for this book. Also much 
appreciated was the aid given by Mr. Joe Ledbetter and Mr. R. G. Benson 
of the Benson Printing Co., and Mr. Faerber and Miss Waters of the 
Alabama Engraving Co. These people marked the course for the editorial 
staff to follow. To them, our sincere thanks. 



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Featurei Editor 

UlNRV ANDERTON IIarrhi VANCI 

Sot u i\ Editor 

M \kn Jam W ATKINS Hvrriii F.sco 

Sports Editor 
Harlct Hopkins P\s Murnani 

The Howard Crimson is the college weekl) newspaper pub- 
lished even Thursday. This "Mirror of Campus Life" 

endeavors to he just that. The Crimson is purely a dem- 
ocratic publication; its pages being open to any contribution 
of any member of th; college, cither faculty or student. Each 
class is allowed the pri\ ilege of publishing one issue each year 
in addition. For the best of these class editions an award is 
given and this serves to interest potential journalists and thus 
interested in newspaper work. The Crimson is in its twenty- 
third year of publication bv the students of Howard College. 
May this integral part of the student life and activities of 
the college continue its important function. 




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THE BULL PUP 



The Bull-Pup is the freshman handbook 
of Howard College. Every year it is 
given out to freshmen at the beginning 
of the fall semester as a part of the 
orientation program for that particular 
group of students. The editor and the 
business manager are elected by the stu- 
dent body as for the other publications 
on the campus. The Bull-Pup is a small, 
concise, booklet of from fifty to a hun- 
dred pages, containing complete informa- 
tion about the college and the customs 
practiced by the institution. It is taken 



as "gospel" by the freshmen and the 
significant title of the "Rat Bible" isn't 
exactly a misnomer. It contains all the 
rules and regulations pertaining to the 
student government and the qualifica- 
tions necessary for running for any stu- 
dent office. All the faculty and the of- 
ficers of the administration are listed as 
well as all societies, both honorary and 
fraternal, on the campus. In fact, the 
Bull-Pup has just about any information 
that might be sought as regards the col- 
lege, its customs and its personnel. 



Editorial Staff 

William Stickles . . . Editor-in-Chief 
Charles Clark . . . Business Manager 

Harriet Esco Assistant 

Rith ( )liver Assistant 

Elizabeth Morton .... Assistant 

MARY McGlNTY Assistant 




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H Y P A T I A 



Hvpatia is recognized as the highest 
honor which may be conferred on young 
women at Howard College. Tap Dav 
for Hypatia is the first Wednesday in 
May each year, when it calls to its mem- 
bership those young women of the Junior 
Class who have the highest general com- 
bination of scholarship, character, leader 
ship, and promise of future usefulness. 



Those students who attain Hypatia are 
usually the acknowledged leaders in their 
fields. To gain this high honor, they 
must have proved their worthiness to be 
members by achievements in their first 
three years of college work. It represents 
a high honor which, like any other, has 
to be earned if worthwhile at all. 



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Officers 

Margaret Wilson President 

.Mildred Wyers Vice-President 

Jean Le Furgey Secretary-Treasurer 

Margaret Hendrix Monitor-Chaplain 

Anne Joe Ryan Historian 

Members 
M \Ki,\kiT Wilson' Jean Le Furgey 

Mildred Wyers Margaret Hendrix 

Anne Joe Ryan 



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Margaret Wilson. Margaret Hendrix, Anne Joe Ryan 
Jean Le Furgey, Mildred Wyers 




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TRIDENT 



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Trident is recognized as the highest 
honor that may be conferred on a young 
man at Howard College. As was the 
case with Hypatia, the members of 
Trident are tapped from those Juniors 
who have maintained a high scholarship 
average in all their work and who are 
eminent in campus life by reason of col- 
lege activities and the esteem in which 



they are held by faculty and students. 
The founders of Trident were aware 
that it would take more than ordinary 
ability to be active in the extra-curricular 
events of the college and, at the same 
time, maintain a high scholastic average. 
Its standards are high and those who at- 
tain it are eminently worthy of the honor. 



Officers 

Harold Baxley President 

Glenn Stewart J'ice-President 

Louis Roberts Secretary 

Herbert Howard Treasurer 



Members 



Charles Barnes 
Harold Baxley 



Herrert Howard 
Louis Roberts 



Glenn Stewart 



Charles Barnes, Harold Baxley, Herbert Howard 
Louis Roberts, Glenn Stewart 







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Y. W. C. A. 



The Young Women's Christian Association 
meets twice monthly not only to promote 
Christian fellowship but to sponsor programs 
in varied fields of interest with qualified 
speakers in each. Any girl who attends the 
bi-monthly meetings and shows an active in- 
terest in the programs may become a member 



of the organization. A prominent activity in 
which they engage every year is the sponsor- 
ing of May Day. 

( )fficers 

Marcarei Hendrix President 

Fannie Gborci Hikii .... Vice-President 

Rom I'ombkeiio .... Devotional Chairman 



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LOONR DODD BSNTI I 1 

LYNETTI BoRI \M> 

Kathryn Carlisle 

Geni ( I AYTOR 

M \Rlo\ COWOl N 

M IRCARET Si i Dl N mis 

Mn dru) Downs 
Harriet Esco 
Lathe Goss 
Marcarei Hendrix 

Fmim II ESS 

Virginia Hess 
Dorothy Hi rsi 

I VNNII Georgi Hi ri 1 

Loi i-i Johnson 

If \s Le FuRCEY 
Marcarei MAXWELL 
Kathryn McKibbov 



Mbmbers 

A I Ml 1)1 \ NlU M IN 

M \K(.i i Rii y Pai Ml 
Win mi RED I'l 1 1 k-i N 
M \kiov HeADLEY 

Eddie Merle Smith 
Frances Hogan 
Bertha Nell Mason 
K vim ben Cones 

Lillie M \l Maxw i I I 
Mari Dunlaf 
Bl MRICE Davies 
Wilodeni Stephens 
Mari Emili Wishari 
Abilene Knighi 
F u e Conn eli 
Alice Comptov 
Louise McConnell 
Brunice Cain 
Ruth Roberts 



Ki becca Underwood 

Bl INCHI W MIS 

Ai ice Waters 

Di Lacei Winn 
M \KI II \ Wilborn 
Esther Jam Wood 
Mildred Wvers 
l \ i ri 1 1 1 Craig 

ARMINDA How h i 

Eleanor Siricki and 

I IPPIE 1^ IN I 

Si I Ml! ! BRONS 

Ada Pow n l 

Anne Ci \ike Cooper 

GW ENDOL1 N (iKll I Mil 

El i/ \rmii Hoi comb 
Ernestini Lucas 
Ri in Oliver 
II\/ei Nadler 



Gladys Allen, Looney Bentley. Lynette Borland. Kathryn Carlisle. Marion Cowden. Margaret Sue Denton. Mildred 

Downs. Harriet Esco. Lame Goss. Margaret Hendrix. Emily Hess 
Virginia Hess. Fannie George Hunt. Louise Johnson. Jean Le Furgev. Margaret Maxwell. Kathryn McKibbon. 

Margucrrue Pavne. Winifred Petersen. Ruth Roberts. Rebecca Underwood. Blanche Walls 
De Lacee White. Esther Jane Wood. Mildred Wvers. Hverette Craig. Arminda Howell. Eleanor Strickland. Jappie 

Bryant. Frances Hogan, Ada Powell, Anne Claire Cooper, Gwendolyn Griffith 

Elizabeth Holcomb. Ernestine Lucas. Ruth Oliver. Hazel Nadler, Marion Headlev. Mary Dunlap. Beatrice Davies. 

Wilodene Stephens. Mary Emilv Wishart, Favo Connell. Louise McConnell. Brunice Cain. Martha Merck 




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The Young Men's Christian Association en- 
deavors to build character, spread Chris- 
tianity and promote clean and wholesome 
fellowship among the men students. Built on 



a foursquare foundation, it attempts to 
train young men spiritually, mentally, physi- 
cally and socially. The cabinet members are 
the leaders in carrying on this work. 



Officers 

Ralph Feii.d President 

Archie Pruitt Vice-President 

Thomas Hunter Secretary 

Roscoe Griffin' Chaplain 

Brutus Baker Social Chairman 

Jons Otho Black . . Exlcn.ion Chairman 

Rov Fischer Treasurer 



Archie Pruitt 
Ivalov Bishop 
Otho Black 
Shields Christian 
Hal Bennett 
Joh\ S. Moore 



Cabinet Members 

Roscoe Griffin- 
Carroll Carter 
Brutus Baker 
Howard Weaver 
Lafayette Walker 
Roy Fischer 



Raymond Scroccins 
Homer Bagley 
Ralph Feild 
D. C. Stringfellow 
Herbert Howard 
Thomas Hlnter 



Archie Pruitt, Otho Black, John S. Moore, Roscoe Griffin. Howard Weaver 
Lafayette Walker, Homer Bagley, D. C. Stringfellow, Herbert Howard. Thomas Hunter 




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Kappa Phi Kappa is a professional educational fraternity for men. Its membership 
is limited to those men who expect to go into the teaching profession and who have 
had certain stated courses in Education. Also a "B" average or better must have 
be?n maintained in these courses. Its purpose is to raise the quality of teaching and 
promote higher ethics in the educational field. 



Officers 

| \ck AKIN President 

Norman Key Vice-President 



Members 




Harold Dunnam 


Norman Kfv 


J uk Akin 


Joe Mongle 



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The Masquers constitute the dramatic talent of the college, though officially they are 
members of the experimental division of the Dramatic Arts Department. A number 
of plays are presented each session to which outsiders as well as students are invited. 



Members 



Joe Ren fro 
Billy Eppes 
Elizabeth Davis 
Henry Anderton 
Alfred Trimm 
Marie Lindsay 
Ruth Oliver 
Jeanne Martin 



Jack Kelser 
Mrs. Alyce Putnam 
Jared Walker 
Cecil Gayler 
March Smolian 
Mildred Lawrence 
Margaret Burford 
Anne Joe Ryan 







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Benton Shafer, Homer Carlisle. Avervt Jacks. Edgar Thomas. Jesse Cavender. William Wood 

William Walker. William Thomas. John Shores. La Fawn Pair. Aubrev Miller 

Frank Landers, Nason Kellum. Harvey Johnson. George GrorT, Charles Griffith, L. W. Fadelcv 

Robert Chester, William Bell. George Cowgill, Noiman Massing! U, Joe Jordan. James Hayes 

Willaid Collins. Huel Morrison. Henrv Cobb. Jack Shepard. Roy Payne, Tom Jones 



KAPPA P S I 



The Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity 
was founded at the Medical College of Vir- 
ginia, School of Pharmacy in 1879, and is 
the oldest of all fraternities in the field of 
Pharmacy. It strictly limits its membership 
to students and graduates of recognized phar- 



macy schools. Its purposes are to foster good 
fellowship and brotherhood, to promote high 
scholarship, and to encourage and support 
research in the various branches of phar- 
maceutical endeavor. Its members are selected 
largely on the basis of acceptable scholarship. 



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Benton Shaker President 

Joe Vance lice-President 

William Thomas Treasurer 

La Fawn Pair Secretary 



Members 



Benton Shafer 
Averyt Jacks 
Jesse Cavender 
Robert Waldrop 
Joe Vance 
John Shores 
Aubrey Miller 
Nason Kellum 
George Grope 
Louis Fadely 
William Bell 
Norman Massingill 
James Hayes 
Hlel Morrison 
Henry Cobb 
Joe Thomason 

Roy Payne 



Tom Jones 
Homer Carlisle 
Edgar Thomas 
William Wood 
William Walker 
William Thomas 
La Fawn Pair 
Frank Landers 
Harvey Johnson 
Charles Griffith 
Robert Chester 
George Cowgill 
Joe Jordan 
Willard Collins 
Paul Kirk 
Jack Shepard 



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Chi Alpha Sigma is an honorary chemical fraternity which admits to membership 
those students who have completed with a creditable average ten semester hours on 
a major in chemistry. At its meetings the fraternity discusses topics of its own 
investigation and to lecturers from various industrial plants in the field of chemistry. 

Officers 

C. W. CtAYLER President 

Harold Baxley Vice-President 

Mildred Wyers Secretary 

Howarp We wer Treasurer 



C. W. Gayler 

Mildred Wyers 
Louis Roberts 
William Ross 



Members 
Earl Wilson 

El.lZ \BETH COFFEY 

Spurgeon Robixette 
Harold Baxley 

Howard Weaver 



Roy Evans 
Fred C \gle 
N \sii Collier 
Frances Sparks 



C. W. Gayler. Harold Baxley. Mildred Wyers. Howard Weaver 
Louis Roberts, Roy Evans, Elizabeth Coffey. Frances Sparks 




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Dorothy Lockett Best looking girl 

Jared Walker Best looking boy 

ROBBIE OwiNGS Best dressed girl 

Alfred Trimm Best dressed boy 

Henry ANDERTON Most nonchalant person 

Doris Corbett Most affected person 

MiLDRED Wyers Most intelligent girl 

Charles Clark Most intelligent boy 

Katherine Walker Most popular girt 

Jared Walker Most popular boy 

Mildred Wyers Best girl athlete 

Harley Hopkins Best boy athlete 

Bebe Anderson Most glamorous girl 

Ralph Feild-Merlin Boswell Most in love couple 

Ralph Feild Most outstanding boy 

Anne Joe Ryan Most outstanding girl 



Dorothy Lockett, Jared Walker, Robbie Owings, Alfred Trimm 

Doris Corbett, Mildred Wyers, Charles Clark 

Katherine Walker, Behe Anderson, Ralph Fields, Anne Joe Ryan 




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Onlv members of the Dietetics Department are eligible for membership in this 
club. The purpose or the group is that of promoting interest in food and nutrition, 
as well as developing well-rounded personalities and building a solid foundational 
knowledge of service to humanity. Throughout the year the club invites many 
outstanding speakers to aid in its monthly programs. 

Officers 

Aollli II \ssi s F resident 

M \k\ Warren Vice-F resident 

Ei i \ Worsham S creiary 

Loi isi Johnson Treasurer 

Members 

Marcarei McClellan Elta Worsham Sara Cofield 

M un George Walthall Mari Warren M \k\ Hill 

Jeffolene Whitworth Louise Johnson Loreni Ai.sbrooks 

Marcarei Lin don Ernestine Seymour Helen Roberts 

Bobby Hopper Eleanor Strickland Adelli Hansen 

M vm Adams Rib^ (Catherine Smith Jean Baker 

Lillian Albright 

Margaret McClellan. Eleanor Strickland. Mary George Walthall. Ruby Katherino Smith. Jeffolene Whitworth 

Lillian Albright. Margaret Iandon, Sara Cofield, Mary Hill. Mary Adam*. Elta Wonham 

Helen Roberts, Mary Warren, Adelle Hansen. Loime Johnson. Jean Baker 




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Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national pre-medical honorary fraternity. It encourages 

excellence in pre-medical work and bridges the gap between the spirit of pre-medical 

school and the advanced school of medicine. Speakers noted in the field of medicine 

speak to the group during the year also field trips to hospitals are taken. 

Officers 

Sam Levy President 

George Rodgers Vice-President 

Martha Taylor Secretary 

Max Vaughn Treasurer 

Bon me Sazera Historian 

Members 

John Grace Louise Ward Johv Prescott 

George Rodgers J. W. Grooms Vera Swindal 

William Becker Charles Clark Cori.ey Odom 

Douglas Walker Sam Levy Bossie Sazera 

Edwin Orv Max Vaughn Lamer De Lorme 

Martha Taylor Grady Phillips 



Sam Levy, George Rodgers. Martha Taylor, Max Vaughn 

Bonnie Sazera, John Grace. William Becker, Douglas Walker. Vera Swindal 

Edwin Ory, Corley Odom, Louise Ward, J. W. Grooms, Gradv Phillips, Charles Clark 







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The Baptist Student LJnion Council represents the larger organization of the Baptist 
Student Union. It is made up of representatives of the various religious organizations 
on the campus, such as the Sunday School, Y. W. A., Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., 
Ministerial Association, B. Y. P. U. and the Mission Band. Its purpose is to correlate 
all campus religious activities into a unit. It is the connecting link between the college 

and the church. 



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Ciixkmv BARNES President 

Roscoe Griffin Vice-President 

ARCHIE PRUITT Secretary 

Hiram Shows Treasurer 



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Charles Barnes 
Fannie George Hurtt 
(Catherine Walker 
Archie Pruitt 
Hal Bennett 
Anne Claire Cooper 
Herbert Howard 
Thus Aldridge 
R. F. Hai.i.iord 



Members 

K \i imi Fin. i> 

Tom Hunter 
Ri in Oliver 
Jean Le FURGEY 
Roscoe CJri i i iv 
Lafayette W u ki k 

[VYLOY HlSIIOP 

Hiram Shows 



William Weaver 
Sam Crasade 
Lattie Goss 
Rose Tombrei.lo 
May Will Atchison 
Margaret H enures 
Martha W'n born 
Martha Merck 
Rov Fischer 



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Charles Barnes. Roscoe Griffin. Fannie George Hurtt. Lafayette Walker. Katherine Walker. Archie Pruitt. Hiram Shows. 

Hal Bennett 
William Weaver, Anne Claire Cooper. Herbert Howard. Lattie Goss. Titus Aldridge. Rose Tombrello. R. F. Hallford 
May Will Anhiwn. Ralph Feild. Margaret Hendrix, Tom Hunter. Ruth Oliver, Martha Merck. Jean l.c Furgey. 

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MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



Officers 

RAYMOND SCROGGINS President 

LINCOLN NEWMAN Vice-President 

Ivyloy Bishop Secretary 

Rt IE HENDON Treasurer 

Members 



Titus Aldridce 
Edgar Arnold 
Homer Bacley 
Chari.es Barnes 
Hal Bennett 
Otho Black 
Elmer Brunson 
Winston Burns 
Carroll Carter 
Thomas Chandler 
Robert Cook 
Hershal Day 
Ralph Feii.d 
Roy Fincher 
Omar Gebhart 



McKinley Gilliland 
Herman Greer 
Roscoe Griffin 
R. F. Hallford 
Ruie Hendon 
Herbert Howard 
Richard Hudson 

W. F. WlMBERLY 

Thomas Hunter 
Joe Isdell 
Clyde Kinnaird 
W. A. Lane 
Eros Lanston 
J. H. Lynn- 
Ben Lynes 



Homer Marsh 
Lincoln Newman 
L. M. Nichols 
Ellis Payne 
Wyatt Pope 
Archie Pruitt 
Oi.in Ray 
Fred Rigcans 
Dewey Robinson 
Raymond Scroggins 
J. H. Soi.lie 
Hubert Stone 
D. C. Stringfellow 
Lafayette Walker 
Jared Walker 







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GLEE CLUBS 



( il ssl I Bl RTON 

An n Claire Coopi r 

I 1 \RRII T Esco 

Franc i s I'm i>\i w 
m vrgaret hollinsworth 
Christine Hk ks 
Ellen Ri tii Isbell 



GIRL'S GLEE CLUB 

J \\ I I. WII'KIN 

M w Will An h ison 
Fr vnces Strock 
Nina Thornton 
Ethlyn Wimberley 
Mildred Massey 
Meri.i Mi C \rtv 
Louise McConnell 
Helen Moore 
Robbie Owings 



Winifred Peti rse \ 

Alyce I'l TN AM 

Betty Mama' Riddle 
Doris Smith 
rosb tombrello 
M \rtii \ WlLBORN 

M \ry Williamson 



Titi s Aldrjdge 
Otho Black 
Ralph Feild 
Roy Finch er 
Richard Hi dson 
Rue Hendon 
Olin R vy 



BOY'S GLEE CLUB 

Edmond Strickland 
Jared Walker 
Billy Kites 
Elmer Brunson 

Thomas Ha good 
Hal Bennett 
Carroll Carter 
Roscoe Griffin 

McKlNLEY GlLLILAND 
Thomas Hinter 



Aubrey Miller 
1 1 1 hert Stone 
Raymond Scroggins 
Ellis Payne 
Donald Strickl \nd 
R m.i'h Brunson 
W. F. Wimberly 




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PHYSICAL SOCIETY 



The Howard College Physical Society was organized on March 4, 1936. The object 
of the society is to promote individual work in the Physical Sciences among the 

students of Howard College. 

Officers 

Lawrence Huches President 

Louis Roberts lice-President 

~S [organ Peoples Secretary 

Joe Ren fro Serjeant-at-Arms 

Members 

C. W. Gayler Spurgeon Robinette 

Louis Roberts Morgan Peoples 

Joe Renfro Howard Weaver 

Nash Collier Earl Wilson 



C. W. Gayler, Louis Roberts, Joe Renfro 
Morgan Peoples, Howard Weaver 




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The Women's Student Government is composed of the presidents of all the women's 
organizations on the campus. They meet at regular intervals and decide upon 
problems confronting various women's groups, in addition to sponsoring programs 
of a cultural nature for the entire contingent of young women on the campus. 

( ) I IIC IKS 

Mildred Wyers President 

Asm Joi Kv\s Vice-President 

Louise McConkeli Secretary-Treasurer 

Members 

Jeanetti Amberson Beta Sigma Omicron 

Loon ei Hi sun Delta Zeta 

Ann i i Hansen Dietetics Club 

Marcarei Hendrix V. //'. c. I. 

1 1 \\ I i 1 i kcii Ilooklovers Club 

Aw i Joi Ryan Phi Mu 

Doris Smith llpha Delta Pi and Pan-Hellenit 

Marcarei Wilson llypaiia 

Esther Jane Wood llpha l)<lia Theta 

Mildred \\'m-:rs II'. I. I. 



Mildred Wyers, Jeannette Amberson. Loonev Bentlev, Margaret Hendrix 
Doris Smith. Margaret Wilson. Esther Jane Wood. Adelle Hanson 



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( )fficers 



Mildred Thompson 
Mildred Nichoi b 



. . President 
Vice-President 



Jeanne Martin . 
Elizabeth Morton 



S> en ;ary 
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Elizabeth Adams 
Marie Bass 

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Eloise Dai 



Members 
Jeanne Grogan l.rcu.i.i- McGrut 

Margarei Hollingsworth Mildred Nichols 
Elizabeth Morton Elizabeth Riddicx 

[bannb Martin M\kh Smith 



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i ouise Thompson 
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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC 



Officers 

Mildred VVyers President 

Margaret Hendrix Vice-President 

Ellen Ruth Isbeli Secretary-Treasurer 






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Brunice Cain 
Virginia Fisch 
Ellen Ruth Isbell 
Lillian- Jones 
M vry Malone 



Members 

Margt erite Payne 
Rose WatkiNS 
Mildred Wyers 
Bede Davies 

Arminda Howell 



Margaret Hendrix 
Ernestine Lucas 
Helen Mitchell 
Martha Taylor 
Margaret Wilson 



Counselors 

Marguerite Payne Bicycling Bede Davies Tennis 

Virginia Fisch Swimming Brunici Cain Badminton 

Martha Taylor Skating Mildred Wyers Hiking 




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r OSTERING sportsmanship and pro- 
moting a love of activity for its own 
sake are the two paramount purposes of 
the W. A. A. Membership in this active 
group is based upon participation in one 
major sport during the year. To obtain 
a letter in athletics, a member must earn 
750 points in sports. The sports program 
and point system have been reorganized 
this year so that smaller groups can par- 
ticipate at any time. Counselors were 



elected at the beginning of the year to 
promote the various activities by organ- 
izing groups to participate in such sports 
as badminton, hiking, skating, basket- 
ball, swimming, baseball and bicycling. 
The W. A. A. sponsored a district play 
day for high school girls of Walker and 
Jefferson counties during the fall. Mem- 
bers of the association acted as group 
leaders and referees for the games during 
the program. 



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"Sans everything" — I could weep for the 
way life endures and the seeming long 
time it takes before one finally ages and 
dies. I'm boiled now. The pleasure I derive 
from living is negligent even to the point 
of non-resistance. I lived; and I lived for 
me alone. Now I die — alone. Had I only 
lived for others! The seven ages Bill wrote 
of in "As You Like It" are gone now. 
Where do we go from here? "Sans 
everything." 











COMB WHAT MAY. 



CONFIDENCE is the heritage of youth .... it is also a fundamental 

requirement of business .... attained by long study, training and 

experience • We have enjoyed the confidence of yearbook Staffs 

throughout the country for over thirty years .... an accomplishment 

for which we are truly grateful and justly proud .... 

* * * * * 

COLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISION 

ALABAMA ENGRAVING COAYPANY 

B I R,N\l N Q HAM 



1888 1938 


50th ANNIVERSARY 


Many of the leading executives of the South have received their 


training in Wheeler Business College, and thousands of secre- 


taries, cashiers, accountants, bookkeepers and office assistants 


have been trained at Wheeler — a school with an atmosphere of 


inspiration. 


465 Calls for Heli in 1937 


SESSIONS DAY AND NIGHT 


WHEELER BUSINESS 


COLLEGE 


Elevator Entrance, 1911 First Ave. 


Birmingham, Ala. 



We Invite You to Investigate 

THE EQUITABLE LIFE 
ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF 
THE UNITED STATES 



More and More College Men and Women are 
Choosing Life Insurance as Their Life's Work. 



ELLIOTT E. DENT, Agency Manager 
BEN H. WALKER, District Manager 



9TH FLOOR EMPIRE BLDG. 



BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



WHEN YOU ARE TIRED AND THIRSTY 



DRINK 

BOTTLED CARBONATED BEVERAGES 



Manufactured by 



BUFFALO ROCK COMPANY 

DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY 

NEW YORKER BEVERAGE COMPANY 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 

ORANGE CRUSH BOTTLING COMPANY 

TRY-ME BOTTLING COMPANY 



BOOKKEEPING 



CIVIL SERVICE 



SHORTHAND 



ALABAMA'S LARGEST 
BUSINESS G0LLE6E 

Over 1 ,000 Students Enrolled During Last 
Twelve Months 

ENTER AT ANY TIME TELEPHONE 7-8181 

AN ACCREDITED BUSINESS COLLEGE 

ALVERSON 

BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 



ROBERT E. ALVERSON, President 

2021 First Avenue 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Write or Call for Catalog — Day and Night Classes 
TYPEWRITING SECRETARIAL HIGHER ACCOUNTING 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



HILL GROCERY 
COMPANY 



BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

BRILLIANT COAL 

COMPANY 

1612-17 Webb-Crawford Building 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Producers of Genuine 

BRILLIANT COAL 

(Trade-Mark Reg., U. S. Pat. Off.) 

The South's Finest Fuel 
LUMP, EGG, NUT, STOKER 

A Size for Every Domestic Use 



THE FIRST NATIONAL 

BANK 



OF BIRMINGHAM 



BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



WOOD FRUITTICHER 
GROCERY CO. 

WHOLESALE 
GROCERS 



Phone 3-3111 

2321 First Avenue, North 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



TRUSTEE LOAN & 
DISCOUNT CO. 



2010 Second Ave. 



Phone 3-9231 



HERTZ 
DRIV-UR-SELF STATIONS 

2020 Fifth Avenue, North 



Compliments of 
The Glidden Paint Company 

2016 First Avenue, North 



ATLANTA-SOUTHERN DENTAL COLLEGE 



ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



FOUR-YEAR COURSE, LEADING TO 
THE D.D.S. DEGREE 

MODERN BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT 
AMPLE CLINICAL FACILITIES 

Entrance Requirements: TWO YEARS OF COLLEGE WORK 

SESSION OPENS OCTOBER FIRST 

For Catalog and Information, Write 

RALPH R. BYRNES, D.D.S., F.A.C.D., Dean 



Fraternity, College 
AND 

CLASS JEWELRY 

Commencement 

Announcements, Invitations 

Diplomas 

Jeweler and Stationer to the Senior 
Class of Howard College 

L. G. BALFOUR CO. 

Manufacturing Jewelers and 
Stationers 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



COLLEGE INN 


Just Across the Campus 


PAUL BROOKS 


NELL BROOKS 


We Serve Dixie Club Coffee and Tea 



Compliments 




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FOOD STORES 



FOOD STORES 

"Quaker Maid Is Better Made" 



GO! 

THE DIXIE SYSTEM WAY 

Rent a New Car 

FORD V-8 
CHEVROLET 
PLYMOUTH 

DRIVE IT YOURSELF 



DIXIE 



(Drive It Yourself) 



SYSTEM 



1917 Fifth Avenue, North 

Phone 3-7181 



"Flowers for All Occasions" 

MONTGOMERY'S 

Incorporated 

FLOWERS 

Phone 3-7236 



413 N. 21st Street 



Birmingham 



For Finer Flavor 

DONOVAN'S 

RED DIAMOND 
COFFEE 



Compliments of 

O. D. Ellard Variety Store 
Wt Hjm- Your Needi 8-N. 77th St. 



W. A. BERRY, Manager 

Life Insurance Company of 
Virginia 

1827-28 Comer Building 



Com plum m/» of 

RUN-A-FORD COMPANY, Inc. 

Nen Cars-Trucks for Rent 
lords and Chcrrolets 

1819 Fifth Avenue, N. Phone 3-610, 









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931 


N. 


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Phone 


3-2903 



Eat at 

MRS. STEPHENS 

"Just Behind Main Building" 
Good Food, Cooked as You Like It 



GIBBS DRUG COMPANY 

Three Good Drug Stores Serving East Lake 
and Trussville 



8301 First Ave. 



8000 Second Ave. 



Compliments of 

GREENWOODS CAFE 

Arthur Greenwood, Prop. 407 N. 20th St. 



Bus. Phone 7-4710 


Night 


Phones 3 5560 — 3 9.8; 


Linn-Moore 


Flower Shop 


Telegraph 


delivery 


Service 


MISS EVELYN MOORE 




2902 N. 27th St. 


MRS. J. E. LINN 




Birmingham, Ala. 



HOWARD COLLEGE 

Owned and Controlled by 

THE BAPTISTS OF ALABAMA 

Howard College is a Standard A-Grade College of Arts and Sciences. It is 
a member of the Southern Association; is on the approved list of the Associa- 
tion of American Universities and the American Association of University 
Women. Its academic credits are accepted fully by the universities and 
professional schools of this and other countries. 

For Catalog and Other Information 
Address 



DR. T. V. NEAL 



Howard College 



Birmingham, Alabama 




MISS RUTH WRIGHT 



GRADUATED FROM HOWARD, 1937 
GRADUATED FROM MASSEY, 1937 

For Fifty-one Years Massey Has Trained Young 
Men and Women for Executive Positions. They 

Can Train You. 



Call 3-7278, 3-7279 



MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE 



For Information 



HOWARD COLLEGE 
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY 

Birmingham, Alabama 
Standard Four-Year Course 

Fully Accredited and Recognized by the 

Alabama Board of Pharmacy and 

Reciprocating Boards. 

Number Admitted to Each Class Limited to 
Twenty-four Students. 

tor Catalogue and Information Write 

A. R. BLISS, JR., Dean 



BETTER LIGHT BETTER SIGHT 
BETTER GRADES 


Buy 


I. E. 


S. Bitter 
Your F 


Sight 
•vorttt 


Study Lamps 
Store 


from 



Birmingham Amusement Co. 

Automatic Phonographs 

Phone 7 6087 1424 Third Avenue, N. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



Compliments of 

WATTS SPEC SHOP 



Millinery-Lingerie 



221 N. 19th St. 



Compliments of 

EMPIRE, GALAX. CAPITOL, 
ROYAL THEATRES 



MARVEL 



5 8C 10c, #1.00 up 

17 N. 77th Street 

'The East Lake Store with Downtown Prices' 



Compliment* <•> 

BIRMINGHAM ELECTRIC 
BATTERY CO. 

Avenue B and 2Jrd So. 




W. N. MULLINS 
Assistant Photographer 



PHOTOGRAPHS 

IN THIS 

ANNUAL 

Were Made by 




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Photographer 



GRAF'S STUDIO 

1917'i Second Avenue 
BESSEMER, ALABAMA 

COMMERCIAL PORTRAITS 

Photographs for School Annuals A Specialty 



THE SOUTH'S STANDARD OF 
SLEEP COMFORT . . . 




"More Alabama Peo- 
ple sleep on Perfec- 
tion mattresses and 
springs than on any 
other kind!" 



We, the ' Entre Nous 


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aid our Advertisers 


have given us in making 


possible 


th 


is Annual. 


A. & P. Food Stores 






Life Ins. of Virginia Co. 


Red Diamond Coffee 






R in- A- Ford Co., Inc. 


Perfection Mattress Co. 






Cather Publishing Co. 


Wheeler Business College 






Mrs. Stephens 


Equitable Life Assurance Co. 






Gibbs Drug Co. 


Bottled Carbonated Beverages 






Greenwood's Cafe 


Hill GROCERY Co. 

Brilliant Coal Co. 

First NATIONAL Bank of Birmingham 

Wood-Fruitticher Grocery Co. 

Trustee Loan & Discount Co. 

Hertz Driv-Ur-Self Station 






Linn-Moore Flower Shop 
Howard College 
Massey's Business College 
Howard College Dept. of Pharmacy 
Birmingham ELECTRIC Co. 


The Glioden Paint Co. 






Birmingham Amusement Co. 


Atlanta-Southern Denial College 






Watts Spec Shop 


I.. G. Balfour Co. 






Empire-Galax-Ro\ al-Capitol Theatres 


Dixie Drive-it- Yourself System 






Marvel 5 & 10 


College Inn 






Birmingham ELECTRIC K\iiik\ Co. 


Montgomery's 






Gr \i 's Si 1 mo 


(). D. Ellard Variety Store 






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